Obviously an Aubergine
There are many feminist scholars who would cite the encouragement of the subjugation of Indian women during British rule, as a symptom of the divide and rule tactics employed by those colonisers .When you've calmed down a bit, you might care to explain how female genital mutilation, the appalling attitude to women in parts of India and Pakistan, and the other ills you cited is the fault of the British Empire.
As regards looking forward, you are the one who is stuck in the 19th century, constantly repeating the same guff about subjugation.
All bound up in the supposed 'civilising influence' narrative of the Brits over the 'uncivilised' culture they found there -
Whereas it was no such thing - the culture was already highly civilised, diverse, and cultured - no doubt also sexist in its way - but not necessarily worse than any of the discrimination found in so called 'civilised' Brittania.
However the British administration, did little or nothing to do away with any inherent sexism they found, unless it suited their narrow purposes - again of divide and rule - they merely reinforced a pecking order which conveniently placed women at the bottom of the pile - as per usual ...
That's not to absolve the present administrations of those countries of responsibility from doing more about the current situation -
But nor can our colonial history there claim to be wholly blameless either - i'm sure even now we could petition more strongly for womens rights in those countries if our administration gave much of a mind to..