At least the Russians haven't bought into all this forced equality and woke agenda that the west has.
I don't understand the comment about "forced" equality. Equality of opportunity is what its about. It means that anybody has the chance to do jobs which were previously a male preserve. Simple examples are drivers of trains and trams, airline pilots, school principals, service personnel, political leaders and so on.
The other major consideration is equal pay for equal work. When I was a kid, I used to see job ads with different pay rates for men and women (women's rate always lower), and couldn't understand it even at a young age. I still can't.
The only logical place where men must predominate is where physical strength is a requirement, otherwise there should be no reason for gender discrimination.
Footnote: The most obvious inequality is championship tennis. In a national open tournament, with four rounds, quarter finals, semi finals and a final, a male player must win 21 sets to take the title; a woman player needs only 14 sets, yet the prize money is the same. . . doesn't seem right to me!