Ensnarled by votes and comments on this answer https://workplace.stackexchange.com/a/94935/42272 but I deal with this often around here. I'm close to deleting my account over pretty persistent comments and answers that bias the content on this site away from circumstances where a woman might be treated differently.
I haven't seen any way to deal with this. I just find it too exhausting to be riddled with complaints that an answer is sexist if it invokes the existence of gender, or suggests that women might face a concern in the workplace that men do not. I kind of love the format of a StackExchange site but I don't like volunteering effort into advancing people's careers when community participants put the brakes on reaching women in the workplace. There's other communities that have other problems in how they structure Q/A, but I don't really see putting time into one where I have to avoid writing of concern to women.
For the record, the question concerned a woman being alone in a room with a man and making an ambiguous joke about the woman calling for help. I found it pretty difficult to write gender-blind advice, just like I find it difficult to pretend that answers should be gender blind when reality is not.
This is probably just a rage quit because I'm pretty acclimated with the community's attitude on this category of problems. Posting on meta is no different, and I mostly know that every layer of this community is way too proud of itself for doing nothing for this category of problems. I have a crapton of professional experience at companies that make gender equitability a business priority, not an agenda, and I really can't emphasize enough how shitty it is to have that experience shuttered down whenever it adds real value to the situation, by users who simply put do not know what they are talking about and ought to be leaving their politics and offendability aside when someone with experience dealing with issues of bias in the workplace offers expertise.
I don't care that this community is mostly used by men, but my problem is that it is almost entirely moderated by men who place an outstandingly high burden of proof for gender as a thing that exists and matters, far exceeding every other issue, because they have had to deal with gender far less than they realize and don't see how there could be any problem they are not aware of, and are offended by the suggestion that there is and call that sexist. Not only do I have to address the poster, but I also have to address the throngs of moderators, who basically have zero education in issues of gender and instead of curiosity or humility pile on their offendability, pride, and accusations of sexism. This is a lot of work I have to do just to address the OP!
It's also shitty to throw away a > 10k account, which has taken a lot of time and been a source of pride on the times when I've really nailed an answer. But 5% of the time I have an answer where experience in gender issues is required and have to decide whether to throw that away or get in some other argument about how acknowledging gender as a topic is not sexist (and today I had to spell out that I wasn't accusing "Clark" of being a rapist, which seemed pretty evident to me by the fact that I didn't do that.) And it feels like a huge violation of my integrity to pass over circumstances.
It's just a pretty big violation of my integrity knowing that the 5% of the time where talking about gender is really the right thing to do in an answer, I have to cut that out and throw it away. This probably sounds extreme but I feel like I'm helping men out, because men form the overwhelming majority of moderation on this community, and sometimes women when they get a chance to join.
Sadly this only makes me confident y'all will be worthless when a man actually stops by here to discuss an issue that is best understood by gender where they are on the victim side. I am not worthless in those situations but I have already been accused that because I am willing to talk to women about gender, I will not talk to men about gender. This is pure polemics and I don't like dealing with nonsense about how I'm sexist for acknowledging gender when it affects a woman because that somehow signals I won't acknowledge gender when it hurts a man, which is false, and something I'v had to dispel repeatedly and am sick of dispelling.
Really my only remaining question is whether this complacency of free for all moderation by a mostly male community with strong politics when it comes to whether gender issues can be discussed rolls all the way up to StackOverflow. To me there's a difference between "Yes, there's a problem" and "The moderation clearly produces the most equitable outcome possible, and you are sexist if you complain about that," because I like knowing which of the companies I support I also respect.
I don't see a case for staying around here if I'm the only one who thinks improvement in this area is necessary. Or even just not sexist to acknowledge.