First, when you use the word “daughter” to describe your offspring, you are assigning gender roles. Tread carefully.
Talk to your daughter about the teacher. Explain concepts that she may be unfamiliar with, such as sexism and what an “asshole” is.
Misogyny might just be an indicator of early onset dementia or late onset immaturity…
Talk to the school’s principal. If the first thing he says is, “Hey! Calm down, sweet cheeks” expect progress to be slow and hard-won…
Make sure that your daughter knows that she’s just a smart and capable as any man… except Batman, of course, because he’s just AWESOME.
Ask that your daughter be put in a different classroom… but not the one with the kid that smokes and the girl with one eye.
Remember that adversity makes us stronger and ultimately more successful. That’s why there were so many wealthy ex-slaves in the nineteenth century.
Talk to the teacher on neutral ground about your fears. To be more persuasive, perhaps show a little cleavage.
Relax! Your daughter is simply being prepared for career in the military.
The misogynist teacher probably just has low self-esteem. When you see him, compliment him on his appearance or skill as a teacher. Then, when he turns his back, cut him… cut him up bad!