@PlusCaChange Some feminists believe equal opportunities and rights despite the outcome, and some believe in "justice" which would in this case be described as equal or at least positive outcomes for everyone with rules being adjusted. And some believe in a mix depending on the situation.
It can kind of be summed up here:
But different situations make more sense than others. Off the top of my head I can't actually think of a case where "justice" would be most fair in regards to women's rights and opportunities though. I mean unless it's something like women in boxing. Men are biologically stronger (on average, because testosterone), so it wouldn't really be a fair game if a woman was paired against a man (honestly not sure how much strength varies between men and women in the same weight category so for the example let's just say he's bigger than her too). So the "just" thing to do would be to have women compete against other women. But some feminists also might want to be allowed to fight men, just throwing that out there - never actually heard of any arguing for this but then I'm not in that scene so IDK maybe there are some confident female boxers who want to beat more than women.