In my experience, yes. Not so much that they don't need men, but easily will cut one of us loose if they think they can trade up to something better. One problem I see is that a man isn't allowed to be a man, even though women complain that we don't man up. It's like Lucy complaining that Charlie Brown doesn't try to kick the football anymore, but still pulls it at the last second and leaves him flat on his back.
I've met far too many women who have a list of requirements that are either too difficult to reach, or would require me to be someone I'm not in order to meet them. These days, you have to be a Soldier/Saint/Soap Opera Actor in the eyes of women. I still hold out hope that I'll meet one that accepts me as the imperfect man I am, but also understands my efforts to do my best in all things. Trouble is, the women seem to want all that perfection up front.
And there does seem to be a correlation with these type of women being American, versus an apparently different mindset from foreign women.
I want a woman who both wants me and needs me, but can also be self-sufficient when I'm away for any reason. Proverbs 31 speaks to this.
And for crying out loud, let a man be a man. If I want to open doors or pull out chairs, then that's the end of it. You don't have a say in my being a gentleman. Appreciate and value it instead of taking it as an implied insult to your femininity.
I think women have analogous complaints about men. It seems to be reflective of a self-centered society in general.