Originally Posted by Furienna
Not necessarily. We went from having no women at all in the succession to full equal primogeniture within one generation.
That were more due to changes in society at large, as men and women are considered to be equal today, but still there are women in Sweden who changes their surname to their husband's when they get married, and it's still more common that the children get their father's surname than the mother's. The man is still seen as the head of the family, regardless of equal primogeniture or not when it comes to royals.