You... you are being satirical, are you not? Your post sounds like you're bashing SJWs by pretending to be a particularly stupid one.
But assuming you're not, I'll address the topic of salary. The concept of the "wage gap" is widely misunderstood. The study most commonly cited as evidence (the 77% number) explicitely cautions not to misinterpret the number. The number is the ratio of all women in all jobs vs. all men in all jobs. More detailed studies that actually compare pay in the same job put the number at 93% at a minimum (there are additional variables that cannot be reliably controlled for, and may reduce the gap even further). In general there is not a wage gap but rather an employment gap. Women work fewer hours than men, are less senior because they've been with the company for less time, are more likely to be part time, are more likely to sacrifice salary to get better working conditions, and simply avoid some of the high-paying jobs like software engineering. Most but not all of these are probably related to motherhood, but the facts are quite clear: women make less than men on average because they do less work than men on average (or other things that if men did them they'd make less too). To expect equal pay for different work is a tautology of the definition of discrimination.
That said, what on earth does any of that have to do with the topic at hand? "Bro" is at worst misandric (and even that is questionable). You might have never heard of that word, but it means derogatory (possibly offensive) to males. And I think I speak for just about everyone when I say: we males do not need you to get offended on our behalf. We can take care of ourselves.