Women should just embrace being a collective bunch of ass holes seeing as everyone thinks we are anyway.
I've been doing it for some time now - it's way more liberating than being able to vote.
I don't think that's fair. You're comparing select attitudes which come from different groups of people - as though they are from one group which is being hypocritical. I presume you think this group is "women"? As in "women want it both ways". It seems to be a common fallacy which crops up on this site. It's basically criticising people who are in support of sex equality (and what they stand for), for the prevailing sexism that others hold - as though they are responsible for it (is this because you imagine all women are on one "team"?).
Framing this debate as "women vs men" (and casting women as self-favouring sexists, as though the ones who are feminists are the same ones who hold onto Victorian ideas about how men should treat women) when it is really "people with sensible non-sexist attitudes vs jerks/imbeciles (of either gender)", is dishonest and sexist.
Take, for example, those women (and men) who think men splitting the bill is "cheap". These aren't the same people who think a woman splitting the bill is admirable. They would be critical of a woman splitting the bill as "pushy", "feminist", "masculine" etc.
It's a bit like me quoting UKIP on their views on immigration, and then quoting labour, and saying "look what hypocritical views society has about immigration" - well no... because those views aren't being held by the same people at the same time.