Just look at the WEF's Global Gender Gap Report for crying out loud: The USA is #23 in the worldwide ranking, Canada is #20 and the UK is #18. There is still a lot to do. There is still a considerable wage disparity, there is still clear political misrepresentation, there is still a whole damn lot of ignorance regarding gender roles and the supposed limitations of both genders. And both genders suffer from this.
I could ask you the same question question I already asked @Blackmail! (who hasn't aswered yet) in post #74:
If a considerable number of female members say that they feel uncomfortable because of the hostility towards women and the chauvinism on here simply saying "shut up, you whiny bitches, you are imagining things!" is no solution.My country is now governed by an 80% majority coalition which means that the opposition will only make up 20% of parliamentary seats. The limit for openening an investigative committee and many other important functions is 25% which means that this new opposition is basically powerless. They will also only have 12 minutes of every hour of debating time.
Would you tell the people who are worried by this that they should shut the fuck up and be glad they don't live in North Korea?