As far as the gendered languages, I think that's a bad argument. If I was using a word (maybe a variable name or something) that was a swear word or offensive in another language and someone corrected me, I'd merge without issue.
Also, bear in mind that you are implying women are "the weak". That's enough for me to discredit anything you have to say on the matter, especially considering your post is completely off topic and is witch-hunting.
If you're never subject to frequent microaggression (of which you've just made in your reply), it can be hard to understand how significant they really are.
Anybody can be mobbed or subjected to unfair circumstances in the workplace.
While some take such critical offense to things on the micro level, there are thousands of men in the valley who sacrificed so much, tolerated unfair circumstances, and never opted to view themselves as the victim. They grew to be stronger people because of it.
It may come as a surprise, the feelings you're experiencing don't represent what me and my colleagues are seeing.