Social power often has as much effect as institutional power. Women had full political equality in 1919. Would you say they then had equal rights, however?Perhaps some idiots think that men shouldn't be able to have careers in such "female" positions, but are men actually denied of these jobs or just chastised for it? If just the latter, then I don't really see how this is a substantial problem. Society is always going to have dogmatic bullies, but so long as the bullying has no real power, then it's not too much of a problem.
Until those opinions stand in the way of advancing in your career.The only real sexism that still lingers are some occasional closed-minded opinions, but I'd argue that these opinions don't actually take away from a woman's opportunities here.