Indeed, any male mannequin could fill that role in the personal imagination of a purchaser who wanted to. Likewise, anything that happened to be female could serve the role for a buyer that wanted to. For that matter, so could any mannequin, even one without any specific gender at all. So why, in this one particular instance, did they go out of their way to highlight and sell a specific "ex-girlfriend" archetype to use as a target? That's sort of a significant part in our whole criticism.