Nope. For one, I don't speak for feminism. For another, fighting for "equality" for some specific things, while others are obviously still inequal is not fighting for equality, it's perpetuating inequality.
Think of it this way, you are playing Fallout, and you have 35 points to spend on SPECIAL. Is 10,4,4,4,4,4,5, "equal to" 5,5,5,5,5,5,5? Or, we'll make them equal by giving the second a +5 strength hat so the S isn't unequal. Then everyone's equal. Except they aren't.
When nothing is equal, inequality can only be measured on the whole. Picking one stat to increase for one person or class almost never increases equality. So why would you think it would in this case, when the person with 40 points in a 35 point world is complaining because he needs a speech check and wants his C to be no less than anyone else on the planet, for equality's sake?
In a 35 point world, the 40 point person will be at a disadvantage at times, but less than anyone else overall. Subtracting points from the 35 point person to make sure nobody is better than the 40 point person seems a very backwards, but is the type of "equality" you are asking for, then attacking anyone pointing out your logic error.
You are an MRA in that you are arguing on holding down the 35 pointers to make sure they never have an advantage over the privileged class of 40 pointers. That's not equality, that's privilege. As I'm for equality, I'm against your MRA privilege agenda.