04/15/2022 (Fri) 19:59:48
Is it true that most people who go to concerts are male though? Its a non gendered hobby aside from the opportunist attention whores sprinkled in. the ones who wear practically no clothes and use being there as an excuse to get drunk, get compliments on their "outfit", then hook up with a random afterward. But IMO there are just as many women who actually do show up for the music. Women can appreciate music.
concerts aside, why would Ken's interests be male. Writing wordy storytelling pieces on perfume constantly, seems to go shopping quite often into the whole vintage hyper-feminine dresses, immersing herself in films to the point she got her hair cut after Pulp Fiction chick when she was younger, carefully curating a theme online for how she wants to be percieved takes effort and is a highly feminine thing to do (her instagram is all a pink and red color scheme, vintage shit, lace, doodles, and ribbons). personality screams feminine. It's okay for feminine people to have feminine interests. You can still idealize & admire her even though she has feminine interests, we don't need to pretend she isn't feminine.
Stereotypically male interests like sports, gaming, weapons, any sort of interest in cars or other vehicles, tech, outdoor activities, gym, etc add whichever other ones you want, are completely absent. a woman who plays any sort of sport or at least goes to the gym would already have more stereotypically "male interests" than Ken. Even a girl who's really into video games or comics could fit the description more.
taking film photos in old churches and walking to and from the thrift store don't count as outdoor activities.
I'm nitpicking for the fuck of it, but still, come on.