I keep writing books that put men in traditionally feminine roles...
Okay, so I know what I would view as that, but I don't suppose you'd elaborate on which characters you are referring to in particular?
And in relation to that (in my mind at least), what significance is there to the queen of the faerie in Celtic folklore *always* being female? At least to the best of my knowledge, which I suspect is rather superficial. Before I go ahead and draw deep-sounding conclusions about the ancient celts and their views on women and sex and all things related, I'd like to at least get my facts straigh(er) :)