Socially yes. Biologically no.
never were and never will be
Depends on the item to be analized or context (._.')
Depends what metrics you're looking at. But just blank equal no
No, equality is a social construct.
Payment/socially etc? Yes
wdym by equal? No one thinks they're biologically equal, no two people are 'equal.' "Equality" refers to the principle of equality, which derives from utilitarianism, and refers to equal consideration of interests. If someone has an interest, it doesn't matter whose interest it is. This is almost tautological. Hence why sexism, racism, etc are supremely irrational. It requires discounting the moral value of someone's interest/preference based on membership to an arbitrary group. Naturally, this doesn't just apply to humans either - this is why all the top philosophers in the world are vegetarian, as 'species' is just another classificatory device.
In what way? They are not the same, so not equal in that way. Should they be socially equal? Yes. Are they? Not entirely, no. Are there natural differences? Yes. Are these inequalities? Technically, but when we are talking about feminism, they shouldn't be, because they aren't socially constructed
We never meant to be equal, woman can only give, they can't really create something on their own. We are very different and there is beauty in it.