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Seems like an overly defensive reaction to an overall positive comment.
What I'm saying is what I said: IMO it was a good review that would have been
better without some tired gender language. If "Tough but masculine" would be a
ridiculous subhead, is "Tough but feminine" the best you can do?
I'm not seeing those kinds of unforced errors in recent PB reviews of women's
gear like this: <http://www.pinkbike.com/news/juliana-furtado-premiero-
And I don't see PB running pieces with thumbnails like this:
You ask, "And you are challenging what a woman finds important based on her
experience as a mountain biker (and one who works with female riders at
the retail level) from your male perspective? You don't see the
contradiction here?" No. What I'm challenging is the editorial decision to
describe in gendered terms something that would never be discussed in gendered
terms in a men's glove review.
Whatever. Not here to fight, just offering one opinion about how to improve.
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