Look, don't be ridiculous. Clothes do not make the (wo)man... Attitude does. I'm a female executive in a company with a dress code. And, BTW, I've only worn a dress once in months because it's been too cold and unpleasant to do otherwise. Hallmark moments don't do a thing for me (or my schedule). Protest the war, protest cruelty to animals, but don't be shallow! In Scotland men wear kilts. Does this make them less "manly"?
Lest you think I lack "feminist" credentials, I was one of the founding members of Baltimore Working Women in the 70s. It ain't about clothes... it's about knowledge and clout! I am not putting you down, I just think your focus is mis-directed.