...and to answer your question, sometimes yes and sometimes no. I've never had anyone say something to me like YOU CAN'T DO THAT BECAUSE YOU'RE A WOMAN, but I do feel like people in my office don't take me as seriously, which is either due to age (24) or gender. I show up early, dress professionally, and take my job seriously (I do watch a cat video here and there when my boss sends them to me), but I still feel like there's a "boy's club" here that I just can't break into, and I don't know if that's due to my age (the next youngest person is 28 or 29) or gender, but I definitely feel like it exists.
I have encountered a bit of "You're just not as capable as (some dude)" when I was in college and that made me want to tear my hair out. As I recall, we all got the same tests in my major and I didn't get easier tests because I'm female. That bothers me. I wrote a paper in college about how men are paid in female-dominated industries (nurse, teacher, waitstaff) and how women are paid in male-dominated industries (lawyers, construction workers, doctors) and no matter what, men are paid more HOWEVER, women who employed in male-dominated industries were paid better than men who were employed in female-dominated industries, which leads us to the point that women can be accepted in male industries, but we don't accept men in female industries. You can see this in that we have a word for a male nurse (murse), but we have a word for female engineers/doctors/lawyers. This was a strangely received paper (lots of people shaking their heads, but a few people came and congratulated me on a great paper and presentation), but I think "feminism" is one of those words that sends people on a tear.
I'm a feminist, but not a man-hater, in fact, I think men and women should be treated equally.