When feminism was founded it was at a time we society only focused on two genders. (male and female). The emphasis was to push for equality for women in the workplace primarily and various social situations. When you say (all genders) I suspect you're including transgender as well.
Many folks would probably lump that in with civil rights. In fact the term feminism is a gradually dying term as more women gain leadership roles.
We now have women as CEOs of Fortune 500 companies: Mary Barra- General Motors, Meg Whitman - Hewlett-Packard, Virginia Rometty- IBM, Safra A. Catz- Oracle Software, Ursula M. Burns - Xerox Corporation, Phebe Novakovic- General Dynamics, Indra K. Nooyi - PepsiCo, Inc. are just a few women running very large companies.
We also have women in various levels of government from governors of states to U.S. Senators, Congresswomen, Mayors, police, and so forth.
Hilary Clinton is seen by many people as having a good chance to become the first woman U.S. President.
Margret Thatcher was Prime Minster of Great Britain. The are women leaders of other countries right now. Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of Liberia, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner of Argentina, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed of Bangledesh, President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil, Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt of Denmark, Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz of Poland, Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway...etc No one can deny that's progress!
Where a woman lives determines her amount of opportunity as of now but times have change for the better in many parts of the world.