@bargainben: I agree! There should always be a distinction between facts and opinions. Facts are proven. If somebody who has an opinion that contradicts facts, they are still within their rights to hold those opinions right? I'm not talking about equal time, I'm talking about as an individual they're allowed to have opinions.
Fact: GB hired two new white guys.
Opinion: GB is a sexist organization.
@bargainben: But doesn't that basically nullify discourse itself? If I'm wearing a Bayonetta t-shirt and a woman approaches me and says "your shirt offends me and it is contributing to the oppression of women", am I to take it off and burn it since her experience trumps mine as a man? Is every person the final arbiter of how others may feel and act inside their own sphere of offense?
With this specific scenario I think it is up to you to decide the right course of action. I don't know of an over-arching "women" committee that decides what is and isn't offensive. Emotional reaction is on a personal/individual level. Since we cannot possibly live by how others perceive us, if a person says you are offending them - up to you how you want to handle the situation. However you react is entirely your right up to the point of crossing a law.