Feminism and in general the status of women as a whole in society is still a work in progress - and I'd expect it to stay that way for my entire lifetime at least. Social structures change over time so you never reach a point were you can say "this is how it should be and how it should stay" cause society is ever changing and ever evolving. Just look at the history of racism in USA and its state as of today - Still a work in progress, and at times it seems to take one step forward and two steps backwards.
I consider myself ignorant in the aspects of gender/social studies so I dont know if the progress made the last 100years can be valued as "sufficient" or "appropiate" for that time lapse, but I dont get the impression that it is the case at least speaking from my very specific small niche. Having basic rights was something to celebrate maybe some 100 years ago but as of today much more is needed and expected. Most of my female friends have said at one point or another they've been the victims of sexual harrassment in social settings and in the workplace and as you mentioned they are expected to behave in a certain way. Whenever they show to have a "strong" character they are perceived as troublesome, "opinionated", complicated or difficult to work with wereas their male counterparts are assertive and have initiative. I mean, just look at women in congress and how they are perceived and criticized, particularly from right wing supporters. So many times have I heard AOC is "crazy" or something in those lines. None of that helps. Equity in the smaller scale of everyday life is very much lacking.