For years, I have been preaching the dangers of over-emphasizing correlative opposites. A correlative opposite is basically saying “two sides of the same coin”. The one’s existence is required for the existence of the other and visa-versa. It is impossible to have one without the other.
This is especially notable in the complimentarian/egalitarian discussion. Some egalitarians over-emphasize femininity and some complimentarians over-emphasize masculinity. Now they may object saying, “We’re making up for a deficit of emphasis.” The problem is, you don’t solve the problem by repeating the mistake that caused the problem. You’ll simply swing the pendulum in the other direction.