In all the time I've been answering the occasional question, I think I only did that once - and it happens it was within the last week or so. I'm not a sensitive person, and I don't expect people to "bend to my sensitivity". They can post what questions they like, but they also need to know they may get an answer they don't particularly like.
The question "in question", to which I'm referring was a matter of my wanting to speak up in the face of what appeared to me to be ignorance about a group of people. In general, I'm not someone who cares who says what that seems ignorant to me. The one exception, for me, is when someone makes what I KNOW is an ignorant remark about any group of people. Part of that "buggaboo" I have probably comes from my having a WWII-generation father, who always said, "The minute you see or hear anyone else saying anything demeans one group or another, speak up. Doing that can be like putting out a small fire before it gets more oxygen and turns into a fire so big nobody can put it out. " (He was referring to the evil ideas promoted in Germany prior to, and during, WWII.)
So, while I, personally, am not sensitive; and while I couldn't care less (usually) about who posts what offensive questions, if/when I see a question that is demeaning to one group or another (in this case, to women), I may feel moved to "speak up" and point out why I think a question is misguided or ignorant.
Also, have lived my whole life as a woman; and either paying the price for ignorance about women; or else having to be dealing with all kinds of ignorance about, or lack of respect toward, women - yes, I'm not above occasionally (as I said, it was only once, I think) "addressing" some kinds of obvious ignorance, and pointing out why it's offensive.
I don't see my answer to the question I'm referring to as a matter of my being "a bad apple". I see it as a way of at least trying to get some people to question the premise of the question - and not just accept an ignorant premise as "truth" or "fact". In the case of question I've mentioned, I tried to be generally polite; but, when it comes to people who have demeaning thinking toward other people; I'm not going to worry a whole lot if my no-nonsense answer (to a question they posted in order to get answers) particularly feeds their ego.
When I said the question was offensive, I kind of knew I was being a jerk - but it was "principle-of-the-thing" kind of thing. Still, I didn't feel bad. I felt like they had it coming. :/