There is a fine line between 'equal' and 'equal rights'.
Men and women are obviously NOT equal. For example, a man doesn't have the 'right' to carry a child in his womb. However, we have equal rights under the law. This can get us into sticky moral situations. Example:
A man, a car salesman by trade, shows up to work dressed in women's clothing, wearing lipstick. Should he have the 'right' to dress however he wants? Or does the bussiness have the right to protect it's interests at the cost of this man's self-expression? Personally, in this case, I would say that the bussiness has a right to protect itself...but isn't it funny that appearance is often times more important than substance in such situations?