I mean, that is what Sede bishops believe to be true.
That aside, while you make at least one good point, you don't make it well.
It reads a little rough.
She's not being a knucklehead, and we can't on the one hand play the "man think, woman feel" card, and then fault them when they're perhaps not thinking as thoroughly as they should and subsequently speaking to them as if they were men, i.e. sand to silk, no?
Now, if she were being belligerent or the like, then maybe we're warranted to "take it up a notch", right?
If you "spoke" to one of my women like this... feel me?
Think about it too, what she said. Too me it is very womanly; she's trying to "include" everybody.
She's "thinking", (feeling) family.
I'm kinda touched really; being a Sede, if very frequently is "revealed" that we, Sedes, are ecclesial trailer trash at best.
I'm sorry miss/ma'am, I'm not trying to talk like you're not "here", (well, you're not, but...)