While I agree there should not be discrimination among the gender and to empower the women at per with men. Sometime the issue is taken too far.
Women's in Bhutan took plying khuru (traditional game played by men in Bhutan), which by tradition is never a women's game. They say it is to bring women at per with men. Does that mean women shall wear gho? Or should all women become men?
Traditional practices every where are gender discriminatory by nature. In Bhutan women wear Kera (female dress), and men gho(man's dress), while such is same in other countries too. Women in india wear sari, men doti, and if you check big shopping centers, we have men and women corners to choose from.
The empowering women in Bhutan has now become a sort of a campaign to convert women to men. I read women empowerment very differently.