Journeyed there and back again
I've read Small Favor (DF #10) last week. It was really good. I feel like the story is getting better and Butcher has finally let go of Harry's casual sexism dressed as chevalier-ism.
Also, I can't remember if I've asked already, but what do you consider causal sexism in Dresden Files? I recall a few times Harry calling himself out for some of his remarks, but nothing stood out as blatantly sexist. IMO, the 'gentleman' trope fits in well with the detective genre and only adds to the atmosphere, if you will. Where is the line between chevalier manners, as you've put it, and sexism, in your opinion? Or is it that chivalry in the modern day is intrinsically sexist? I'm curious as to what you think.