Congratulation! The sexist-language tag suggested by me has been approved as an edit for this question for first time. You all unless 10 users who downvoted this tag and showed their disagreement can use it under any question which is pointing to the sex discrimination in using the English language.
The reason to create such tag: I created it as I think it is a necessary details for non-native learners and even native learners to know what words,terms,phrases and expressions convey a sexist usage of English language and what reactions or results it may cause. It is always important for most people having every degree of intelligence to avoid of sexist usages of language in the society nowadays unless persons who want to make themselves isolated and stand in the row of hatred people in the new social classifying. I do not think you can remove social classes from the society but surely it has changed from ridiculous inheritable titles, jobs, situations, wealth and objects to the behaviors, kind of talking and using the language.
P.S: Unfortunately the tag has been deleted after suspending me for 3 months because of creating a tag and making this topic! I am still not able to understand the authorities' logic of this site or their bosses but anyway it helps to find how a tag against sexism in language can make waves in a western site not even an eastern one! It seems east and west do meet, and even embrace, on some points! I hope to see this in better examples and for better reasons not oppositely!.. &^) ..