So "What can women do?"
Short answer: Anything.
Slightly longer answer.
Biblically we see in Genesis 1:27 that men and women are both created by God and in God's image. Nothing about a hierachy here.
However, I recognise that in the Bible we see a patriarchial society. Yet despite that human structure God continually calls and equips Women for a wide variety of tasks that their society frequently believed were for men only.
When we come to the New Testament we see a very different picture in Jesus. Among other things he taught women, he learned from women, he called women as evangelists and he was financially supported by women. Jesus tells us he came to bring us life in all it's fullness and he does nothing to make it appear that this is a promise for men only.
We also see early Churches led by women in their homes, we see Paul praising women in many ways and clearly he worked with them in different places. Given that the (very) few occasions when Paul restricts the role of women must be connected with specific circumstances or individuals as otherwise he would be contradicting himself. Paul recognises that in God's kingdom there are no distinctions based on gender.
In the Church and world today we see that God blesses the work of women just as much as the work of men.
In the Church the Holy Spirit is active where there are faithful women in leadership just as the Holy Spirit is active when there are faithful men in leadership.
In business writers such as Tom Peters have consistently pointed out that businesses with women in senior positions tend to do better.
So are there limits on what women can do? Yes but they are the same ethical and moral limits that apply to men and so are not connected to this post.
Got to dash now as I have a membership class of people wanting to celebrate all God is calling them to!