One thing, though. I can't believe this stuff actually bothers anyone and sees it as denigrating white male heroes:
"Could you imagine if Clint went around with everyone calling him "the better" Hawkeye? Or if Spider-Woman gave a major press conference only to find that her fly was down a la Parker? Or is Sam Wilson was revealed as a Hydra agent this whole time?"
Kate Bishop is a cocky kid. Just like Clint has always been brash and cocky. Her claiming to be the better Hawkeye is absolutely in character for her and it's suitable that an upstart going by the same handle would show the same arrogance that he always has.
Peter forgetting to zip up his fly is a simple, humanizing goof that pretty much anyone can relate to. It's not as thought it was an unendurable public humiliation. More like an "Oh, oops." moment. It's the kind of moment that wouldn't work as well with Jessica as she hasn't been defined in quite the same fallible, every-person way as Peter always has been.
And having Steve be revealed as a Hydra agent has so much more impact than having Sam fill that role just because Steve is the #1 most trusted person in the MU. Having him working for Hydra is the biggest deal imaginable. That's why the story works. If it were Sam, it wouldn't. You couldn't have Secret Empire with Sam as a Hydra agent. It only makes sense with Steve.
White males do just fine at Marvel. All this consternation about their treatment seems needless.