When religion is asserted as a basis for patriarchy, it veils the real problem, patriarchy. Patriarchy does not exist solely because of religion, it simply exists. Even if religion is used as one vessel for asserting the notion, the fact that patriarchy prevails in secular, liberal societies, show that it is not a religious problem, it is simply a long-standing problem.
These inequalities are institutional and present in modern secular society, ranging from gender pay gaps, to access to posts that are traditionally regarded as male. An example of misogyny in modern society was when an employee of PwC was sent home for wearing flat shoes rather than heels. Women still face abuse from their partners, and suffer gender-based violence. Pinning patriarchy to religion is not the answer.