It’s honestly difficult to think of where to start on this line:
Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) welcomed Republicans’ use of what he called “gender neutral” language to describe the administration’s appointees.
“A large number of the czars would have been called czarinas in the old days,” Frank said. “So I appreciate the fact that we’ve gotten past sex stereotyping of people.”
But I think I’d start with the notion that the grammatical inflection of Slavic languages is per se indicative of sex stereotyping.