Is Chivalry Sexist?

Is Teaching Children to Be Traditionally Chivalrous Sexist?

Chivalry hasn't died, but is teaching it (in the traditional form) to kids sexist? Eighty-seven percent of LilSugar mamas said they are raising their sons to be well-mannered men — the type who offer their jacket to their date or pull a chair out as she is seated at the table. In this modern world, should mothers also teach their daughters to extend the same niceties of holding the door and picking up a dinner tab since couples aren't always made up of a man and a woman? What's your opinion?

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