Not all gay women choose to dress in clothing which, traditionally men do wear. Not all gay woman choose to self identify with the look of a man. She dresses to look like a man IMO. She chooses to dress like a man, that is her choicebut if someone asks why she makes that choice it is not wrong IMO they are curious IMO. Some straight people are going to dress different, some gay, some transgender... when someone steps out of the norm it will draw questions as humans are the curious sort. Some will criticize some won't it does not mean that someone questioning such is sexist or racist. Heck I wonder why I see all these skaters with pants down to their knees-- I asked why do you dress that way when you fall down more on your board.. They said it looked cool-- I disagreed. It does not mean I am anything-- because I am curious.