Eh, obvious troll is obvious. But I'm bored so I'll humour you.
Queen Elizabeth the 1st- pretty powerful woman, pretty powerful country. Not to mention Margaret Thatcher who, while being a Tori bastard, brought us out of the last recession.
Virginia Woolf, Jane Austen, the Brontes... all brilliant writers who overcame the patriarchy to get their work recognised.
There were plenty of woman musicians throughout history, the problem was that historians didn't write about them. Fanny Mendelssohn, Felix Mendelssohn's sister, for example- he actually admitted that she was the superior pianist, but her whole family thought it was inappropriate for a woman to have a career in music, so they stifled her. Clara Schumann, married to the famous composer Robert Schumann, was one of the most distinguished pianists of the romantic era. She had to juggle concerts with looking after her kids and her husband who slowly went mad. Ethel Smyth, Louise Farrenc... here's a list of the documented ones: link
This is still happening today. I studied a module called Music since 1945 for a whole year, and we studied one woman composer. ONE. It's not because women composers don't exist, in many ways I am one. We're just ignored by historians and people teaching the subject.
As for men being superior fighters, it is true that it's easier for men to develop muscle. But there is another factor at play in this issue; what do you think when you see this picture:
Gross? Steriods? Unfeminine? Ugly? Maybe you even feel a little bit threatened? It's socially unacceptable for a woman to look like that, so pro-wrestling and other sports that require a lot of muscle just aren't attractive to many women. It certainly wouldn't have been acceptable for a woman to fight pre-1960 or 70.
Had your fill of attention yet?