cobra_commanderalgebra - men
calculus - men
evolution - men
Vaccines - men
Ending slavery - men
invading Europe and defeating Nazis - men
Nuclear power - men
inventing and progressing the airplane - men
Going to the moon - men.
Guaranteed education - men
Habeas corpus - men
Constitutional Government - men
Representative government - men
Freedom of Religion - men
Freedom of Speech - men
bitching publicly for two centuries since they got that freedom of speach - women
Many of those things were pre-20th century, which has generally been the only time in history where women have been allowed to be out of the kitchen, so to speak... Hence, not really a fair statement.
I mean, rosalind franklin discovered DNA's double helix and pioneered xray research, marie curie's research into radioactivity and heavy elements is the only reason nuclear power and the manhattan project were able to happen when they did (basically saved us from a war on the japanese homeland), the only reason the allies won the war was the sheer amount of equipment sent into europe, and women played a massive and absolutely critical part in that situation. Many leading abolitionists were women, such as the grimke sisters..
Going to the Moon? fine, women were not really allowed to be involved with NASA... but only because the Soviets fell behind, otherwise Tereshkova was slated to be going up with Gagarin if they figured out how to make the N1 work... Otherwise we wouldn't have had to wait like a million years till Sally Ride...
Most of what you list, had some sort of influence or research included that was pioneered by or involved women.. Whether they got credit for it or not doesn't really change the fact.