Hier sacred sage.
Well it seems in This topic
Scot gave a pretty good idea of what needs to besaid.
I don't however emvy you in terms of sociology. I had to read a fair amount of sociology for my thesis, and sinse sociology is based on the idea of group interactions, gender sterriotypes, seemed fairly common in the subject, as in fact were the wrong sort of feminist views.
The fact however that your specifically! speaking on male victimization is encouraging, maybe someone in the field of sociology is taking notice?
Myself, I'd personally suggest reminding people that men can be victims as well as abusers (surprising this fact isn't known about academically), that women can be abusers, and that male sterriotypes can be as damaging as female ones might be a good way to go.
of course, this is just a personal suggestion and you might have other thoughts, depending upon how the class works. and your own experience, I just suggest this as a start.