Don’t get me wrong - I get what you’re trying to say, but I think we need to walk before we can run. Getting “female” bands on then Glastonbury bill also acts as an incentive for more to get in the studio and record music so boomers can continue to make movements until we eventually have a pretty even mix of all-male bands, all-female bands, male fronted bands with women in them, female fronted bands with men in them, etc. Emily Eavis herself (and the Reading and Leeds booker in an interview somewhere, I recall) has admitted this won’t happen overnight, but even if it requires a tiny bit of lenience over who we refer to as “female” (nb. Billie Eilish, a female solo artist who happens to co-write with her brother who also plays bass for her, is not a lenient selection of a female artist), then it’s definitely still a step forward in the current climate. Just because a band has male members doesn’t detract from anything.