Well, you've got me there lady(?) insofar as my typographical error.<quoted text>
1. Your spelling is incorrect.
2. I don't consider abstaining from the use of vulgar language or opening doors for others as being chauvinistic.
3. I do consider your vitriol against women who assert themselves and who don't feel the necessity to ingratiate themselves with men for financial gain, in preference for women who cunningly baby men to get what they want out of them, as pathetic and selfish and sexist.
You have accused me of directing vitriol against women who assert themselves and quite frankly, I am shocked you would say such a thing! There is a simple explanation as to why I hold he views that I do - I JUST CAN'T STAND BALL-BREAKERS OR DYKES!
I trust that you will be satisfied with this clarification.
Oh by the way - I have been known to wear the tag "sexist" with pride.:)