Thanks for your reply.
I think it's dangerous to make a sweeping generalisation that 'A woman's function is not equal to men - for example, men are smarter, stronger and take more initiatives.
It's more true to say 'Some men are smarter, stronger and take more initiatives than woman'. Conversely, there are some women who are smarter, stronger than some men.
Surely, it's better to encourage a woman who is smart enough to be, say, a lawyer and compete on an equal footing with men in that profession, to develop herself in that direction.
The idea that women shouldn't even be allowed to try and develop themselves in this way is very damaging for society.
I don't believe in positive discrimination. I do, however, believe in equal opportunities for all, regardless of gender, to develop themselves to their full capacity. The opportunity for women to fully utilise their talents not at the expense of men, but alongside men. I understand that to be the true definition of feminism.