Yes I knew that would be your response. Very clever of you, to immediately begin the baseless name calling. Clearly yours is a rapier wit, and I am helpless before it.
I have no problem with female characters, I also have no problem with female characters having important roles. Note that I do not complain about Carol out muscling Thanos, or destroying his ship. I have no issue with that. Nor do I take issue with the participation of these female characters in the battle, I have no issue with them contributing. I am not complaining about Scarlet Witch going toe to toe with Thanos, and I'm not complaining about Pepper suddenly being comfortable in a combat zone with little prior explanation. I am not complaining about the presence of female characters in general, nor am I complaining about them being effective. I take issue with the manner in which this scene specifically was executed.
These characters, who had previously been scattered about the battlefield and not all of whom are necessarily mobile, inexplicably converge. Now one could argue that all of the fighters present would be attempting to reach the gauntlet, but the battle still is clearly raging in the background, and if everyone could converge why was it these specific characters that arrived? How and why did they all know to disengage from where they were fighting in order to arrive at this point at this exact time, in order to have their glorious all female charge? Why did no male characters come to protect the gauntlet if that was a clear objective for the defending forces?
It's quite simply poor writing for the purpose of shoehorning in a political statement. Heroic actions by the female cast throughout the battle, and filmed in a logical way are fine, but this particular scene is so blatantly bad and poorly conceived that the only people who could possibly defend it are beta orbiters desperate for good boy points that will never get them any pussy.