Androcentric language cannot be blamed for gender stereotypes. One source cannot be used to explain such a complicated and pervasive issue. Additionally, people understand that common colloquialisms do not represent actual viewpoints. When people say “it’s raining cats and dogs” people know that it isn’t actually raining animals; this is simply an idiom. Similarly, when someone says, “man up” they mean "be tough", not "be tough like only a man can be". To need to explain this or change our common sayings is taking political correctness too far.