Maybe she wants to look cute for another woman!
I just cannot with clothing and presentation policing. This kind of shit is why, as a teen, I refused to ID as feminist, because the "feminism" I encountered seemed a lot more worried about telling me what I could and couldn't do, should and shouldn't wear and was and wasn't allowed to like than it ever was about helping me deal with the jackass sexism that I swam in as an adolescent girl.
I ain't a teen anymore and I found better feminists for the most part. But this shit makes me mad mad mad.
Re: skirt to show solidarity - this is why I started wearing leggings and long shirts, which I've found are fabulously comfortable. One too many people "forbidding" women to leave the house "without pants" and I ended up going FUCK YOU I WILL WEAR WHAT I LIKE.