I would have to say no. I guarantee you if you could build a time machine and go back 60 years to 1951, about 20 years before the feminist movement was in full swing, and you could ask the average 21 year old woman if she felt oppressed, she probably would say "what the hell are you talking about? Im happily married!" Thats right, happily married to her 31 year old husband (yeah I know, she only thinks she's happily married because he's manipulating her into thinking that just by virtue of being older than her, probably because he can't get a woman his "own age"..../sarcasm).
Now fast forward to 2011 and ask her 21 year old granddaughter/great granddaughter who's a women's studies major at the local university is she oppressed. Of course she'll tell you that the evil patriarchy is holding and that you're somehow raping her or supporting rape or something equally as goofy by even asking her is she oppressed.
Women were never oppressed in the US and everyone knows it. In 1912 (during the prime time of so-called oppression for american women) when the Titanic was sinking and there wasn't enough life boats to go around, I recall reading that women and children got first priority on the lifeboats, and then, if there were any left, men could get on. Otherwise, the men had to just sink to their deaths in a cold, watery grave and have their corpses eaten by various sea creatures. Woo hoo!! Male privelege!