Okay dude riddle me this. Women make up just 5.0% of Fortune 500 CEO positions (as opposed to like 49.5% of the population of the world give or take some) and less than 20% of seats of congress. These are just two examples of a huge skew of male roles in powerful positions. If there isn't a challenge in modern society, how do you account for the discrepancy?
Never mind your riddle, let me riddle you something else. Men make up 88% of the incarcerated population, 98% of those on death row, and 62.5% of the sheltered homeless. What about those seriously skewed major indicators of social power and well-being?
And more to the point, why should the type of disparities brought up by you be considered more important and *telling* than the type of disparities brought up by me?