Women are assumed to be mysterious beings who are hard to understand and comprehend. Generalizations about women are all too common and stereotyping them as too sensitive, as bad drivers, as weaker, still happens in this day and age. Gender is nothing more than a social construct, and eliminating the gender binary is also a direct challenge to the current social hierarchy. Dispelling these myths is a great way to help dismantle patriarchy.
Not a lot of time or effort is spent on trying to hear what people who are not cis straight men have to say. But this thread on Reddit is probably a good place to start. One user asked, "Women of Reddit, what is a 100% myth about women?" There was a lot of myth-busting ranging from what men assume happens in women's brains to what happens down there, to what women are and what they are not, and everything in between.
1. Indirect Communicators.
2. Biology 101.
3. Period is not pee.
4. Equality in dreams.
5. Women are not all of the same mold.
6. Vaginal magic.
7. Women juggle tasks because no one offers to help them.