Inequality is at educational level. Right now, we should have more women at the top of companies, because that would correspond to the actual educational levels of society. This era has been outgrown. The era we are in now is a bit different. That of the disappearance of the genders and the construction of an androgynous culture. Not androcentric, androgynous. In other words, it unites everything that was attributed to men and everything that was attributed to women, and puts it all within everyone's reach. This is a complicated procedure because, for millennia, it has been believed that everything that had to do with men was more important. Women, when we want to progress, and to have more freedom, tend to imitate masculine behaviors. The trouble is that this imitation was not accompanied by men making the effort to learn everything that we used to do.
In the traditional world, at times when people didn't know how to read or write, culture and the rules of life were largely passed down through stories. And in the traditional world, it was very clear that women and men were totally distinct, that they had distinct roles, and that was the way things had to be. Therefore, stories were used to put to women in their place. In other words, your life does not start until you have been kissed by a prince.
We must open the feminine world to men. But, for that to be possible, we must first do something else, which is to value ourselves. If we are the first to devalue ourselves, then how will they learn to value us? But this feminine world has to be shown, not as a representation of the essence of women, a demonstration that all women are just so... it is something specific to human nature, an extraordinary treasure. That it is what allows us to live, enjoy, savor, that it gives meaning to our life, and that we want for men to also have access to this world, that which they have currently largely forbidden themselves.