I don't think anything in there invalidates a man's feelings about real threats that are in the news every year. are you just meaning to talk a numbers game, here, or did I miss the argument?
It's not meant to invalidate a man's feelings. But as ischemgeek said above, SR is saying that society is set up so that women have no choice but to view each man with wary suspicion because the consequences of trusting a dangerous man are so much greater than mistrusting a safe one.
This is what Sun Countess wrote on the Schroedinger's Rapist thread
Let me list some of the things that I worry about that my husband and brothers don't have to worry about:
What neighborhoods I go to.
What routes I have to walk or drive.
What time of day I go out.
Whether or not I walk alone, with a dog, with at least one other person, or with at least two other people.
What time of day, and in what neighborhoods I drive my car.
How much gas is in my car so that I don't risk having to stop at a gas station after dark.
What clothing I wear, especially if it's nighttime.
Where I park my car.
What transit stops I use, even if that means taking a longer way home.
Where to sit on the bus or train.
Trying to make the call whether the stairs or elevator would be less risky to use.
Which leads us to your men/men, men/women, women/women examples. Yes, men get attacked by men, by women, and women by women. But if you're a man, you don't spend the same time, effort or concern on your personal safety as women do. And again, SR isn't blaming men, or trying to make men feel guilty. It's saying this is what women have to go through, all the time. (If you're male, how many of Sun Goddess's list actually apply to you.)
If that's still not clear, can I suggest that you go back to the SR thread and follow it from the start - the OP there expressed similar concerns, and there's a lot more info than I can condense into one post. Then ask your question there if you need to. (It's 1am here...)
Plus we're really derailing this thread, which is to find examples, rather than unpack them. (That's not to say that the examples can't be challenged, just not here.)