The paper focuses on gender (in)sensitive language, which is not in itself sexist, but which becomes so through the way it is used. Discrimination arises from a wider context in which inequality between men and women arises. The basic concepts applied are discourse, discourse analysis and critical discourse analysis. Particular emphasis is paid to the gender sensitive use of language in Slovene and two of its problematic categories. A critical discourse analysis of four broadcasts of the discussion programme Polnočni klub (Midnight Club) is carried out. The analysis serves to identify the differences between male and female presenters with regard to stereotypical behaviour towards guests and the use of gender (in)sensitive language.