Jeremy Corbin's latest trouble has been caused by some lip readers claiming he called the prime minister a 'stupid woman' under his breath to the person sitting next to him during the PM question time after she failed to answer his questions adequately. He claims he was talking about the whole front bench and said that they were stupid people. There has been outrage about it with claims of hypocrisy and sexism and arguments between differing lip readers as to if he said 'people' or 'woman'. The venomous fake moral outrage has been nauseating.... Putting aside the childishness of calling someone stupid just because they cannot or will not see your side of an argument, they were not complaining that he called her stupid, but that he said that she was a woman. I don't get the fake outrage at all unless it is just a distraction from the rest of the debacle that has been going on over the last couple of years.
...although it leads me to question:- When did it become sexist to call a woman..... a woman? Also - do any of the public really care or is it just his political enemies jumping in to try to discredit him as a hypocrite?
This isn't what happened so the answer to the question, regardless what any of us suspect the answer to be, makes no meaningful difference and is speculative.
In my opinion "intelligent Woman" would offend some people. I can see it being viewed akin to when minorities are said to be Well Spoken or Articulate.