Feminists argue that being called a "lady" is patronising and has sexist undertones? What about "Gentlemen"?

Feminists argue that being called a "lady" is patronising and has sexist undertones - due to the association of the expected "ladylike" behavior.

So what then does the expectation that men behave like "gentlemen" say about feminists?
Update: btw, anybody want a banana? They're getting some spots on them, so I have to rotate the produce.
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