Does John Schwada ("Warner Ridge Land-Use Case," Feb. 3) have a problem with all women, or is his viciousness just directed toward Councilwoman Joy Picus? I particularly object to his use of the words schoolmarmish and Mary Poppins to describe a female with many years of public service. Using these sexual stereotypes is a mean way to belittle a professional woman, and he says nothing to substantiate their use. Actually, the rest of the article reveals her to be a tough representative, dedicated to her constituents. If he feels that she is a prim goody-two-shoes, which is what his choice of words implies to me, let's see the facts to support it.