Not Chick Lit

It’s come up a couple of times in a few short days, so I thought instead of simmering until I boil over this time, I might address an issue sooner rather than later this time.
Women’s writing is not, en masse, to be called chick lit. Chick lit is a term used for a certain kind of fluffier, upwardly-mobile, sexually titillating kind of fiction or non-fiction about women’s lives.
Examples: Sex and the City, A Girl’s Guide to Hunting and Fishing.
Please do not refer to any book about women as chick lit, or to any book by a woman writer as chick lit.
Examples: Margaret Atwood is not chick lit.
For further clarification, you can check out the new(ish) anthology This is Not Chick Lit: Original Stories by America’s Best Women Writers.