I know getting in shape is a trend for some women these days, especially with all the fitness channels, products, exercise methods, suppliments, nutriants etc. Though are more and more women really getting into building muscle? And if so is this really becoming more of a regular thing? As I am not sure they are, as much as I'd love to see more muscular babes.
In this day and age where men don't have to go out and hunt anymore or do as much physically taxing work to make a living, and women having equal rights and opportunities to men (men not having to be the bread winner) I can see this becoming more the case in theory. As there isn't a need for men to be stronger than women because they (generally speaking) don't need to be physically stronger to work and don't have the upper hand as much in society. This puts men and women on an even playing field, so as more women hit the gym to work out and exercise, a lot of women could realistically overtake men (who aren't also gym buffs or sporty) in being physically stronger. I mean, you have female cage fighters now!
Personally, to see women with bigger and stronger muscles than men as a normal thing in society and culture would be phenomenal. Though I don't know if it will ever happen or if it could actually ever happen in practice for whatever reason.