My question was "what would a non-patriarchal society look like", and neither you nor SMB have answered it yet.What barty said basically
There are several countries where most politicians are female, and many more where the split is very close to 50:50. There are countries where the gender income gap is 5% and will conceivably disappear altogether in the near future. In plenty of countries, such as ours, women are well ahead of men in terms of academic achievement and a host of important health and social inclusion indicators. So I ask again, if this is still patriarchy, what still remains to be done that would satisfy you that it's finally been eradicated?
I'm not being rhetorical here. I'm interested to know your thinking.