Nothing drives me more nuts than people complaining about how people perceive them based on things that they can't change, like gender or race. It's always been my experience (and as an educator, I have more in this field that I really want) of people defaulting to things such as that to take blame for why people don't care for them. It's a lot easier to blame folks for disliking you for reasons outside of your control than it is to take responsibility for your actions and change what you do. Women pull this stunt. "Oh, I didn't get a promotion because I'm a woman!" Ok, yes, that does happen sometimes, maybe - but what about your job performance? Do you talk about people cattily behind their backs? Does your boss like you? Are you a decent employee? Answer those questions first before you start stating people passed you up for a promotion because you're a woman.
Also, guys don't say inappropriate things to women just because women have ovum. Guys do it when you walk into a locker room dressed like you bought your gameday wear at Charlotte Russe. You embarrass women who actually love the sport, and they shy away from working in the field of journalism and sportscasting because they don't want to get lumped in with you. I'm not saying that all men who say stuff to women are justified or egged on by the women themselves, nor am I saying that lady sportscasters are fluff - I think Erin Andrews proves both of those assumptions wrong. But honestly, if you further the stereotype of the sideline reporter who is out there overdressed and asking inane questions, you're doing women a disservice.