You said :"The Southern Baptist Convention encourages the subjugation of women and the domination of women by men."
And then you qouted Thomas Aquinas and Ecclesiasticus.
I'm sure that your realize that Thomas Aquinas was not a Southern Baptist and you realize that Ecclesiasticus is not part of the Protestant Bible... :)
Just to let you know what the Southern Baptist Convention does say, I found the "horses' mouth", so to speak-
Women in Ministry
Women participate equally with men in the priesthood of all believers. Their role is crucial, their wisdom, grace and commitment exemplary. Women are an integral part of our Southern Baptist boards, faculties, mission teams, writer pools, and professional staffs. We affirm and celebrate their Great Commission impact.
While Scripture teaches that a woman's role is not identical to that of men in every respect, and that pastoral leadership is assigned to men, it also teaches that women are equal in value to men.
The Obligation of Wives to Husbands
The first word is to wives. They are instructed, "Submit yourselves to your own husbands, as to the Lord." The verb "submit" is implicit, brought down from verse 21. All Christians should give humble deference to one another, but specifically, wives are to take the initiative to subject themselves to their husbands. The directive calls for a voluntary yielding in love on the part of the wife. The New Testament never tells husbands to subjugate their wives, rather it instructs the wives to take submission into their own hands. This does not deny the husband and wife's essential equality before God, an idea which Paul affirms in Galatians 3:28, where he declares, "There is neither ... male nor female, for all are one in Christ."