My two cents: I am for equality for all but would no way on earth identify as a feminist, with the way the movement is today. I agree partly with the OP's comment, however as a woman I want to put my opinion here.
First off, I believe there is a fine line between tradition and girls not wanting to be equal in some areas. There are a couple of things that, as a woman, I would prefer the man to do, like pay for the first date and propose. I would prefer this, not because I'm sexist, just because it's nice to keep tradition. Although this is not to say that a woman can't propose or pay for the first date, I just think it's nice to keep the tradition going.
Some of the other stuff that you said girls want I don't really believe. Like you said that men are still expected to give the women gifts. They are, but so are women. To me both should be equally contributing to the relationships and both should recieve gifts.
Another thing that you said is that men are expected to give up their coat and be cold themselves. Maybe some women expect that, but I don't. I guess spme women expect men to give up their coats because men are scientifically warmer than women. But I wouldn't expect a man to give up their coat. That's just selfish on my part.
Another one that you said is that men are expected to not show any type of negitive emotion. Again, some women might expect that, but I think that is ridiculous. Yes it's not sterotypically 'manly' to cry or whatever but who cares? Both genders are human and should be able to show whatever emotion they want. Again, some women might expect it, but those women are selfish.
The last one I'll talk about is the shared house cleaning one. I guess feminists want this because their logic is that shared housework would make a man and woman equal?? I don't really care about doing most of the cleaning and stuff. I'm not gonna do it all obviously, but I think men and women have their set skills that they are better at than the other gender. And it's kinda natural for women to sway more towards doing the cleaning and men doing repair work and maintanance stuff.
I'm fine with paying. As long as you give me sex after the date. If you demand I pay, I demand sex. That's fair, isn't it?
If it's not fair, we can split the bill. Equality isn't a one way street. And please don't say tradition again, that's another way of saying "I want equality only in areas it suits me".