My thesis is basically I don't know what a "real woman" or "real man" is. We are all just people. We all need each other.
What suits you, may not suit me, and vice versa, we must tolerate each others difference and this is a fundamental tenet of my feminism.
We are all of equal value and I don't mean that in a monetary sense, I mean it as no one is intrinsically more important than anyone else.
That doesn't mean that some people aren't better at some things than others, it just means that we are all different and this is why our society works so well because we all do different things. Not all people want to be exceptional, not all people want to be leaders, some genuinely want to be followers.
It doesn't mean that everyone must be paid the same amount for their work but some work is more valued than others and some work is considered worthless, like being a mother - a job most mothers perform for free, despite turning each of her children into members of our society.
Currently we live in a world where some people have more power than others and until we learn how to fix this power ratio, there will always be problems with unaccountability. This is where we really fix our society.