I filed bug # 149
but Cleo closed it as invalid, and I think it deserves further discussion.
There currently are five classes in-game:
Priest, Warrior, Warlock, Sorcerer, Paladin.
Two of these classes connote a masculine gender (Priest, Sorcerer) while the other three are gender-neutral (see http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_Female_Warlock_called
if you think Warlock connotes a male gender)
It would seem to me that since both male and female characters are playable in-game, classes should reflect this as well.
There are two solutions to this problem: (1) using gender-neutral class labels or (2) having non gender-neutral classes use gender-specific labels that reflect the gender of the character being played.
Thus, the labels would be as follows:
(1) Cleric, Warrior, Mage, Paladin, Warlock
(2) Priest(ess), Warrior, Sorcerer/Sorceress, Paladin, Warlock
With solution #2, the client (or server, not sure which) would have to check the gender flag of the player and then choose the correct label. This would add a small bit of code to the game. Solution #1 obviates the need for this extra gender-checking code.