Basically there is a female cover driver with less seniority that I wanted to bump/switch routes and he said no, he never lets me bump/switch with her. I ended up telling a friend with more seniority to bump/switch with me because he was on a route I knew better than him, he did. I ended up doing really bad because the route was over-dispatched like a mother. Last night when I came in at about 10:30pm one of the on-roads was still there. He questioned me about a message I had sent earlier in the day complaining about some unfair practices. The message was something to the effect of "How come () can bump me while I cant bump (), feels like sexism to me." He was yelling (in my opinion, it was loud and harsh) and started accusing me of lying because I had told the driver to bump/switch with me as opposed to him coming to me. Apparently my message was full of lies. Anyways, I tried to explain myself as best I could, considering it was 1030 at night and I was half-asleep. It really ticked me off that he did that out in the open in front of another driver and the night OMS as opposed to taking me in the office and discussing it. I've filed on him before for sending "hostile" messages through the DIAD. Any opinions? Thanks.