On the surface this seems like a great campaign. But I guess this depends on one's definition of "respect."My father would argue respecting a woman also includes opening the door for her, letting her off the elevator first, calling her ma'am or miss, complimenting her appearance, letting a lady have your seat on the subway and not letting her pay for anything on a date. Is that also "respect" is that sexist?What is respect and does the amount or kind of respect you give depend on gender?I don't know.
Great question, Rob