I have a question that might be considered broad. The setting is one where only women can use magic. All females can access it through some training, some being stronger than others. It takes the form of rituals and spells that may require multiple components and is time consuming. However, it is very powerful and forms the bedrock of society. It is often combined with technology to form a sort of magitech civilization. The question is how to make men relevant in a society like that? Have I made them completely useless? Does there need to be limitations on what magic can do?
I'm going to say it is on topic, but it is still Too Broad in its current form (and, no, that's not intended as a pun). Kingledion had some questions. Those questions are key for me... when you ask questions about a magic system and its impact on the world -- physically, sociologically, etc -- I believe you need to pour your heart into the question with as much information as you can identify. Without that, each person who answers will have their own conception of your magic system, and the answers you get will be sweepingly different, and most of them not useful (I say having read many such questions).
If you can nail down the details of your magic more, we can judge whether there's a role for men in this world. You need that to narrow the question.