The fact that it's the mother that is the primary caregiver by default is another issue! And women lacking in management positions because of it is inequality. Plus traditional female dominated fields are paid less, but why is this? Are these careers less important or difficult the traditional "men's" work. I work in a totally female dominated field but still miss out because I have a child. Most of the female managers don't have kids and that's a choice women often have to make. Career or kids. Men NEVER have to make that choice. Having kids benefits men in the workplace and disadvantages women.
Yes we have it much better then women in other countries as there's no outright sexism, but it's there subtly EVERYWHERE. In work, in the media, in sport, in not being able to walk on the streets alone without feeling unsafe, in victim blaming. Just because it's not outright doesn't mean we should stop fighting.