Jainism is among the better religions we came up with sofar but still there are some parts I very much disagree with especially when it comes to gender equality.
Digambara tradition has held that women cannot achieve salvation as men can, and the best a nun can achieve is to be reborn as a man in the next rebirth. At least the Śvētāmbara sect believes that women too can achieve spiritual liberation through ascetic practices.
Correct, it is only the Digambara tradtion that believes women cannot attain moksha (enlightenment/ freedom from reincarnation). The Svetambara believes women can attain liberation and one of the Tirthankaras in the past was a woman. A Tirthankara is someone who rediscovers Jain Dharma, sort of like a Buddha.
The Sevetambara tradition is the majority, comprising at least 80% of all Jains.