While it's hardly perfect being a man, it's not that bad. Sure, I get tired of having to do things like make the first move; or somehow learn to do impossible things like reading a woman's mind; or have to conform to various social pressures to match what people think "makes a man."
But if I had to pick again, I'd still be born a male, mostly for one reason:
I don't have to give birth. Ever. EVER.
We have it so easy as men by comparison to what's expected of women, it's not even a competition. Being a man is playing life on easy mode. So I will gladly accept my role as a male and appreciate that women must endure so much more social and physical pressures I can't even begin to imagine.
Both sides have issues and are pressured to be a certain way by society as a whole. Young girls are told that they need to make themselves attractive physically and get a boyfriend versus concentrating on their childhood and school. In fact, women are held more responsible about their appearance than men, as men can mostly shrug off the things that they are expected to look like. Being a "minority" has issues itself as the group that is trying to "further your social standing" will get annoyed when you don't like what they are doing. And in social support, it is less likely that a woman is allowed to do things that are considered "manly" than men to do something feminine as the only group that will support women are those already a part of it, which is a lot harder to reach out than when you have groups trying the other way. Then let's not even get started on the fact that they bleed during certain times of the month. But yes, they do have advantages in certain parts of life, but not everywhere.