We are all feminists now. Yet still only 7% of CEOs are women, and 32% of MPs. Is it just a matter of time until things evens out, or is there something else going on? Instead of focussing on getting women into traditionally male roles would we better getting traditional women's roles more highly and equally valued? Do women need to win at what's been a man's game? Or is this dangerous nonsense that undermines the successes of feminism and risks the goal at just the point where it is in reach?
Former Minister for Women and Equalities Nicky Morgan, writer and MsAfropolitan founder Minna Salami and deputy editor of the New Statesman Helen Lewis debate the best way forward.