It has - a lot. And it is right to acknowledge that. But it also means we must remain vigilant. Seeing improvement means... it is also human nature to think "Jobs done, let's quit."
It's improved, not fixed.
And many women do the same, accusing men of typical male stereotypes.
I remember when my son was an infant and at that age, - where I went, he went. I carried him everywhere. Women would stop me and ask about him, "oh, he's so cute"... You know the routine. But when they found out I was a single dad, they would say, "Where's his momma? The boy needs his momma."
If I had been a single mom they would have said, "Oh, you're so brave" But as a dad - I'm not good enough. You'd be amazed at how often women would check my sons diaper. As if I didn't know how.