Almost any Heinlien novel including the Juveniles. The women characters are almost always more equal in brains and competence than the men. The only problem feminists have with Heinlein is that the women generally are interested in contributing their more than equal genes to the gene pool. Nothing unusual, most of the women I know about who are in the feminist trenches being more competent than the average man in their chosen work are interested in contributing their more than equal genes to the gene pool as well. They generally choose men who have been brought up to be partners rather than "husbands" and who use their male privilege to support their partner.
Case in point: A well educated, extremely intelligent and broadly competent man (brought up by a dual career couple) did odd jobs throughout his partner's US military supported medical training, required service in a base ER, and residency; fathering and parenting 2 children in the process. The doctor took over a small metropolitan area family practice, which needed a practice manager as well so that odd job fell to the partner. Those of you from the yellow boards on this forum will appreciate knowing what gooddogma-sit and Tarakyan have been doing since they got too busy to post here. Yep. True story.