Fortunately, this does apply to all Mahāyāna sutras, the episode with the Goddess of the Ganges being a pointed example:
Even Hsuan Hua, the so-called "misogynist" relates the case of the dragon king's daughter:
"When Sariputra said that she could not become a Buddha, she took a precious gem, her most valuable and cherished possession, and offered it to the Buddha, who accepted it. She then asked Sariputra if the Buddha's acceptance of her offering was fast, and he replied that, indeed, it had been quick. "I shall become a Buddha that quickly," she said and then she became a Buddha. This is proof that women's lot is not hopeless. All they must do is resolve to cultivate courageously and they too can become Buddhas."
Not a perfect example. In the actual text of the sutra,the Saddharmapundrika, before the nāgā princess becomes a Buddha, she first transforms into a male bodhisattva and then becomes a Buddha.
Different sutras are written for those of different capacity. Those with a mysogynistic bent, are, from my perspective, written intending those of lower capacity i.e. men who suffer from mysogyny and woman who suffer at the hands of mysogynistic men and wish to escape their "lower birth".
Your interpretation is mistaken. I haven't seen any sutras with a misogynistic bent. It takes but a single moment for a woman to be reborn as a man, provided the conditions are met.
You are a mysogynist, so naturally you don't see these texts as being "mysogynistic".
There is no reason why a woman should want to be a man, apart from men telling her that her state is inferior.
Remember that rebirth is not about physical bodies, but mental ones. A woman does not require the physical form of a male to be reborn as male.
Rebirth is minds appropriating physical bodies, Kevin.
The truth is that there is no such thing as gender in phenomena
You said yourself that different beings have different capacities. That is what we are talking about here. It's nothing to do with physical sex. A person with a woman's physical body can mentally be male. In that case she has been reborn as a man.
As I said, there is no reason why a woman would want to be any other gender than the one she possesses, the same for a man -- unless said person has transgender impulses.
In Buddhist texts, men are considered method, but woman, wisdom. Awakening comes about from uniting means and wisdom.