One great example is the imbalance between maternal and paternal leave with large corporations.
Thanks to feminism addressing the fact that women were essentially being expected to take up a disproportionate amount of child rearing and were being essentially punished for it in the workplace; men are now given more paternal leave than they ever were before. The last company I worked for offered equal leave to men and women and it was somewhere near 3 months paid with the option to extend that out to a year with a portion being unpaid.
Thats a direct result of feminism.
Thanks to that when I'm ready to be a father I won't have to be one of those slave dads who works until 9 every night and never sees his kids, never gets to be a part of their lives, essentially acting as an atm while his relationship with his wife deteriorates and he's left hating his life like every sad boomer stereotype.
The patriarchy has not just been keeping women down but has been enslaving men, forcing them to half live a life, never getting to enjoy their families, working disproportionately in careers that many of our fathers generation found unfulfilling. Feminism has ultimately freed us from our bondage by elevating the women in our lives from the status of dependant to partner. That pressure has been taken off us allowing us to actually have a decent work life balance.
If you can't see the benefit of taking the previously unbalanced split of home and life responsibilities and sharing the load then you aren't looking at the old world with clear sight. Take off the rose tinted glasses and realise that the men of our grandfathers and fathers generation were just as trapped as the women.
The march to equality lifts all boats.