I am perfectly comfortable arguing the other side. The strong parts of the MeToo arguments are...
1. The number of cases of men taking advantage of women.
2. The greater narrative of unbalanced power between men and women in society.
3. The cases of clear abuse (Cosby, Weinstein) and similarities with cases that might be less clear.
4. The difficulty of victims of sexual assault to come forward and to have any chance to prove their story in a legal setting.
5. The clear history of male privilege.
If you want me to be more specific, you will have to give me a resolution to debate.
If you want a more personal answer (things I actually wrestle with), the question of male power in personal (one on one) interactions is interesting. I can answer this from my experience, but I am not sure how this works on a broader sense.
I probably agree with you about making strict rules and penalties for sexual harassment in the workplace. The ways we should change culturally to address the general trend is a complicated topic I have sometimes conflicting opinions about.
This is a very very broad topic. If you want a sincere interesting discussion, maybe you could ask a more specific question.