Let's not forget that men have lost just about everything they have loved over the years to women wanting to have a go but then because they can't do the same as men feel they have to then change the beloved thing into something completely different in order for it to accomodate them, which then leaves men with nothing.
What is needed is a whole new market aimed at women and if more women take up the challenge perhaps men will see that it is a good thing to have more femininity in there.
However if women don't bother then perhaps woment just arn't that interested.
We could always ask the question why it is that there are no Female motorcycle shop owners catering for the female needs and only selling a few items for men, but I suspect such shops would go bust very quick, excuse the pun!
The problem is motorcycling is a very small market as it is, even many males can't ride a motorcycle, so most of the shops provide for the biggest part of the market they can get hold of else they will end up out of business.
There are many short fat men that would love to ride motorcycles but don't becuase of the problems of clothing and height of the bike, the bike I ride is tall and i'm not exactly short it's a problem but we get over it by developing methods to get around the problems.
I simpathise but let's not make this a gender issue, after all you don't see scantily clad males drapped over the bikes in bike adds, they are always fully dressed in the latest leathers from head to toe, whereas the women often have the jackets fully open and not much else on.
Not that it's a bad thing but this kinda suggests to you the majority of the market and until women start owning their own motorcycle businesses promoting the products for them, I really can't see how women specifically can complain.
Oh tell a lie I do know of one shop owned by a woman, but she promotes all the same things as all the other shops else she would go broke, the market dictates it seems.