The thing about the bible is that you can use it to your own ends. It's a problem when people insist on taking it literally and as totally consistent and divinely inspired. There are also plenty of examples of Jesus treating women with radical consideration, and there is a passage in Galatians that was probably an early baptismal vow that "in Christ, there is no male nor female."
I've spent a decent amount of time considering gender in Early Christianity. I'm not claiming "expertise" here or anything, but I can say very surely that you are simplifying things (as fundamentalists do) by merely quoting passages from the Bible.
Now I must do my real job.