The only sentence that might not be construed as sexist is the third one. It is more about the competence of a person rather than stereotypical view of gender.
The first sentence certainly subsumes women's pay and worth under her husbands, which certainly shows sexism. The second sentence suggests that people have problems with women being leaders. In other words, people are not ready for woman leaders. This is certainly stereotypical. The fourth sentence states that men should always be committed to self-presentation, which is a stereotype. Finally, the last sentence states that women make less and get promoted less frequently; this is very stereotypical.
If you are asking which sentence is the most sexist and stereotypical, I would say the first one, because women are squarely put under their husbands.