It can be annoying when guys open doors sometimes but only in certain contexts.
1: If he is no where near the door and he rushes over just to open the door. Like dude... its okay. I'll be alright. Its one thing if a person is already at the door but to rush over? It's worse that they never do so for men so you know that it's just because you are female.
2. When they blatantly check you out while doing so.
3. When it is only done for women they feel are attractive. I've seen guys do "polite" things for attractive young women while ignoring overweight women. Or women who are older. And its really shitty.
Other than that any woman complaining about opening doors just has a personal problem with it. And folks are allowed to have personal problems with things. So long as they aren't chewing you out in person why care?
What you have problem with is rather insincere. You are upset that a man that rushes to open / hold door for you isn't doing the same for women who you deem inferior to you. At the same time with this attitude I doubt you'd complain if that were Gearge Clooney or whoever tickles your fancy going out of his/her way to attract your attention.
This is no longer holding/opening door for someone out of politeness it's just part of 'the dating game' and you just didn't find sufficiently attractive someone who made their move (leaving aside how successful it could ever be).
I had on numerous occasions women rush up in front of me and open doors, which I greatly (GREATLY) appreciate. I did and do the same for people. If you see someone with grocery bags, carrying something heavy or fragile, in a hurry, swarmed with kids or pushing a buggy etc. You should hold/open the door if you are well mannered. You'll be surprised to see how many pompous and self-centered girls change up in this manner once they become mums and get to actually see the difference between being helped with such 'petty' task and not. These are also the women which usually do rush up and help me when I roll with my kids. Not libetrated girls, not chivalrous boys but either parents who know how things are or people whos parents put in huge effort to make sure kids are well mannered and not self-centered, pretentious, ever needy troglodytes.