You referenced one species of ape found in the congo having a feminine dominant hierarchy. Well they also live in a very resources restricted environment. Meanwhile you're ignoring all the other species of apse in less restricted environments which form a male dominant hierarchies. In restricted environments it is natural for females to take control of the social structure. They are the natural home keepers. Male social structures are the norm for apes, the typical ape lives in a more expansive environment.
Now it's true these days we're in a very resource restricted society. Infact all elements of our society seem restricted. And we live in a very female dominant society these days, despite all the feminists saying otherwise. Yet... this is not a comfortable environment. An environment where resources are available, where freedom and prosperity abounds, where males are going out and conquering the world and bringing back bounty; this is the definition of prosperity. So while we may be shifting into a female dominant heirarchy, this is not something that will be enjoyed, much less should it be embraced. This shift is a result of economic and social starvation.
Living under such restriction and forced social compliance is not something I prefer; I suppose which direction you wana go in life is a choice that you make... Still at the very least we can agree I can make my own choice about what I value, and how I choose to view women; I don't need anyone preaching feminist values in my direction.