To be treated equally, or just, does not mean that each (gender) is the same. When it comes to men and women, everyone recognises that there are inherent indisputable differences between men and women.
They are not identical; men and women are naturally different in many ways. As a result, it does not follow logically to neglect those differences and advocate a single standard in matters where they are not the same. …
Modern psychological research continues to unveil differences in men and women from the most obvious in behavioural patterns to those as trivial as picking out an angry face in a crowd. In light of such manifest differences between the two genders, it is unsuitable for men and women to assume identical roles.
In contrast to the feminist premise that women can do anything men can do, science is demonstrating that women can do some things better, that they have many biological and cognitive advantages over men. Then again, there are some things that women don’t do as well.
God created us with different but complementary strengths and capabilities. A man does not need to become a woman nor vice versa in order to be successful.
A female companion came to the door of Rasūlullāh ﷺ at Fajr (morning) and complained that her husband had struck her. She explained her circumstances and told him that things could no longer continue. When her husband came to Rasūlullāh ﷺ - he told him to release her in marriage.
Look at the akhlaq (excellent character) of the Messenger ﷺ and his justice. He didn't force her to return. Rasūlullāh ﷺ was teaching us that there are cases when it's better to be alone and content than to be in something where both parties are unhappy and unable to live together in harmony. That's life sometimes.