I held the door open for someone today. I've been taught that opening the door for people is the courteous thing to do. This person whom I held the door open for happened to be a woman. For my kindness and courtesy towards a fellow human being, I was named a sexist and a male chauvinist pig (or something like that.) So, should I consider the correct course of action to be "hold the door open for men, but ignore women, they can handle a door"? Cause I can do that. My alternate: next time someone calls me out on this "sexism", I'll say this: "I was just holding the door open for a fellow human being, something you seem to have forgotten I am..." then sue for sexual harassment on account of her calling me a sexist for little to no reason.