Technically, if the trait (sex difference) is really true, then the man is not being sexist -- he is simply telling the truth. But, increasingly, as more and more societies officially deny sex differences exist, telling the truth is not an option: if a man distinguishes between the sexes in any way (except for sexual purposes) then he is being sexist and he is in the wrong.
I believe there are many large differences between the sexes, especially in our behaviour towards one another; I believe in pointing out these differences whenever acceptable; and I often believe in exaggerating them. You’d have thought I was asking for trouble, but rarely do I have a problem in social encounters -- almost everyone, if put on the spot, acknowledges differences -- it is just impossible to get anything published. In the public sphere, the whole world has gone into denial.
This is why I use the term sex war -- the conflict is so important that it even shows sex differences in homosexuality (my own son is gay). Gay men side with the opposite sex whereas lesbians side with their own sex (they are often leading feminists) -- both treat heterosexual men as the enemy. That’s one of the reasons why I want to minimise homosexuality in men -- the more there are the weaker men become in the sex war.I see that lesbians and gays are gender deficient, at various stages of being a hermaphrodite. Though I have nothing against them, they are innocents. Unfortunately birth defects happen.
You say you are, “all about equality across the board”, whereas I do not even believe in equal rights between men and women. It’s obvious, really, if there are any sex differences in behaviour, then each sex has its own probability of manifesting that behaviour. Women are more agreeable than men, so have a greater probability or ‘right’ than men of entering caring careers; men are more systemising than women, so have a greater probability or ‘right’ to enter STEM careers. Boys and girls have the opportunity of becoming respectively men and women -- they are not the same; they do not have equal opportunities; they do not have equal rights.
I don’t mind a woman being in charge occasionally, but when it becomes a trend, particularly a forced trend, then I draw the line. Quotas and women-only lists are anathema to me, and yet they have spread all over the world. That’s what happens when men give up control. I believe that men on the average make better leaders. You think the reverse (“in some respects they'll do a better job than us men”); you even think that “women can have a better scientific understanding than men”. I’m not sure where that comes from. We’ll just have to agree to differ on that. But hang on a moment, you are the one who said he believed in equality, and yet now you are judging women superior in a very significant way. That’s the female knot of logic I am talking about. You trickster!
As for sexual positions, the more the merrier I say. Thank you very much for your time. Sorry to go on at such length.