Would say part of how this should be done is using the same terms for female-versions as male ones, as with "heroes." Not "heroines," or "comediennes," or "actresses." If women and men wish to be equal refer to them as equals. Just as in the military you refer to female officers as "Sir" just like any male officer because it's the rank you're respecting, not the individual.
Style of dress needs to match up as well. If women wish to be equal to men quit wearing skirts, dresses, and top that show off your female characteristics. No man wears a business suit that shows off his chest or legs. When women do so they are no where close to their male equals because they've chosen not to be. They've chosen instead to remind everyone they're different from men and here's my legs and breasts in case you forget.
For sexual equality to happen, women need to quit opting to highlight their differences first and foremost. I don't regard a woman in a skirt showing her clevage as my equal in a business enviroment. Can dress like a woman on your days off to your heart's content. But if you wanna be my equal and be treated as such, look the part.