Oh yes and it is so common most people don't notice it. I am 60 and my generation started to come around on the issue of equality for the sexes. The generation ahead of us, now getting quite old - still feel women should be seen and not heard or spend their time in the kitchen. Makes me so angry.
Also look at the common language of today in the military or other competitive situations - if a young man does not pass the football correctly, they say he throws like a girl. Or if a company of army recruits aren't doing what is expected, their sergeant may address them and say, "Come on ladies!" Really? Is that what they think of women?
Or the term "man up" The examples go on. Right down to the fact that we, as women, are expected to give up our family name and take our husband's.
All of this is discriminating against woman and very insulting. So yes, discrimination is still present.