Some wag went and created a Wikipedia page for me. A little bird told me it was Fred Bauder. It could use a little finessing. (It's WordStream, for example, not WorldStream.) Do they frown on people editing their own pages?
UPDATE: A helpful commenter pointed me to this discussion. Someone wrote: "I wonder if Elisa, upon finding that 87% of the writers of some publication were WOMEN would also have concluded that it ipso facto it too would have to be 'sexist.' Probably not. But if she did, she'd probably be right. Depending on your definiton of 'sexist.'"
Actually, I almost wrote something to this effect in my original post. I think you could fairly call such a publication "sexist," but only if the publication aimed to be an objective, encyclopedic resource of general interest to readers of all genders. I wouldn't call a women's magazine sexist for being staffed mostly by women. But Wikipedia is not a men's magazine.
Anyway, if Wikipedia's content were produced by 87% women, it probably would not be as gender-biased as Wikipedia currently is. This is because both women and men unconsciously favor men in many circumstances. Most women are not feminists.