I have been gone from here for a while, not because I want to, or am too busy. That would be a lie. I have work to do as all of us do, and things that have nothing to do with atheism, and also just get distracted.
I participate far less than I used to in the old days of eGroups and such, because I want to have something fresh and useful to offer. a 'Me too' is nothing but bloat, so I don't, and in a thread that is nearing 2,000 posts, much of it repetitive, I am not going to jump on and give my two cents to say the same thing. I slogged though a ton of comments and still think a lot of people don't get it.
Men and Women are different. I can't climb into your skin, and you can't climb into mine. We can try to understand what it is to be the other sex, let alone LGBT, and try to be understanding; it is making progress, IMO. You can't paint everyone with a broad brush; get to know a person, and then you learn.
What P.Z. said, I think: Listen.
Listen. Quit trying to form counter arguments while reading a post. Reading posts is hard enough without making your mind up about the person behind the keyboard.
Think. Think about the women in your life. I am a woman who had a Mom. She was strong in so many ways in the 1950's: She had a job. Before then she helped build aircraft that carried bombs.
After the war, Mom had to back down.
I got raised in this, and I found out early that is you wanted a well paying job, you got it in the Not Traditional Jobs For Women.
Go Look at That Thread
Or the one before.