Shame on Eurostar

I booked tickets for my husband and I to travel to Bruges from London via Eurostar. I paid for these tickets on my personal credit card and it was my email address that all the details were sent to.

My husband’s name was on his ticket, obviously, but other than turning up he had nothing to do with the booking.

So where is this sexist? After returning I received an automated feedback email – tell us about your trip, the usual stuff. It was sent to my email address, but the email itself? Dear [husband name].

I wonder, if I booked the same trip for me and my 5 year old son, would the feedback email have come to him because he is male?