Question to feminists, would you consider being a "gentleman" to be sexist?

For example lets say a man holds the door open for a woman because he believes he is being a "gentleman" or gives up his seat to a woman because he feels obligated to let a woman sit if there is no available seats left for her. Would you say this is correlated to sexism , isn;t this a belief that men... show more For example lets say a man holds the door open for a woman because he believes he is being a "gentleman" or gives up his seat to a woman because he feels obligated to let a woman sit if there is no available seats left for her.

Would you say this is correlated to sexism , isn;t this a belief that men are superior and therefor they must help out the inferior gender?
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