In places, yes.
But the Bible was written over many centuries, and its implicit attitudes on many topics vary considerably, including women's role in church and society. It should also be mentioned that there are also striking examples of women being valued--notably by Christ (and especially in the Gospel of Luke.)
The Bible is a Spiritual book and NOT written for sexism,
but for the secret of the everlasting "FAITH"
After reading and studying scripture, you realize it is not about sexism as much as it is division of labor. We each have a job to do--not one better than the other.
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