I did use the term confusingly; let me clarify: While I do think men are inherently less civilized than women by nature, I don't think women are "better". By
Civil", I mean I think women tend to be less inherently aggressive, violent and more emotionally intelligent than men. We have our own "flaws" though, and civility is just one virtue women happen to have more of IMO.
Human beings have a tendency to not care about the environment unless they are educated accordingly; does that mean I dislike them if I talk about what needs to change or the fact that most of them are ignorantly polluting away? More importantly, does it even matter or disqualify the obvious observation?
My opinion has nothing to do with sexism. Maybe feminism. Recognizing differences in the sexes or having less than positive things to say about either one is not awful, just real.
I'm not afraid to have an unpopular opinion, and labels don't make a case either.
I also replied to another poster regarding the accusation of my opinion being sexist that has more.
This is starting to get off the original topic and I feel like I have made my points as understood as I have the time and patience to. Since the OP is satisfied with the replies and has what she originally wanted, I personally don't plan to debate on the topics any further but respect others' rights to their own opinions.
I'm also bothered by your argument that women swear to feel liberated and "be the same as men". So, if a woman does something that is traditionally for males, then she isn't acting out of a sense of self but more to be like men? This is not a feminist idea.