I live in Slovenia. I don't find it very mysogenist at all; women are in nearly every aspect of public life (they are the majority of doctors, for example), and their pay is nearly equal to men's for equal work (much better stats than in the States or most of western Europe). That said, the women still bear a very uneven share of childcare and housework, but that is slowly changing with the younger generation. There are still women here that literally can't believe that my husband cooks.
I've also never had trouble with NIP, not even when I nursed my 3yo dd in the maternity hospital hours after giving birth to dd2. (Actually, one of the cleaning ladies specifically told me how happy it made her to see that and how she'd nursed her children for years, too.) The nurses never criticized my for it, although I thought they might.
Now I've certainly dealt with strangers telling me how to parent! LOL Slovenians are fairly reserved about talking to strangers, but all bets are off if you have a small child. They feel more than free to comment on the child's clothing (he's too cold, too warm, should have a hat, etc.) and other aspects as well. Usually I just smile politely and ignore them.