|This is, of course, perfectly safe. Not at all|
sinister in how it protrays the roles of women
Or is it that men in women's apparel are figures of fun and derision, that women's clothes in general mark them out as somehow less deserving of respect, and that women ought to dress more like men to be taken seriously in the hard-nosed society in which we live. Therefore, anyone seriously wishing to swim against that tide, women expressing femininity or men expressing the same, should be seen as less worthy. Women can't help it, of course, they were born that way, so the derision is lessened, but 'effective women' don't dress like that or express their femininity all the time, that would be weakness. Men, on the other hand, choosing to take that weaker and derided role must expect hatred and derision. Ergo, no child needs that psychological burden of uselessness placed upon them by their parents, but can quite happily partake of 'fun' in controlled circumstances.
Right now I have a splitting headache, any more I have to say will have to wait for another time.