In fact, underhanded sexism (of the "frequently sexist in execution or delivery but not sexist in nature" variety; see below) is most prevalent in tropes that are in theory gender-neutral, but whose examples are in overwhelming majority male or female (where one draws the line may be a matter of opinion).
While the Trope Codifier is on gender, this trope can also affect Race, Religion, Nationality, to even things such as fanbases and more.
Our old-fashioned fruit cakes are some of the best around.
In fact, they have been featured on Food Network's UNWRAPPED “Holiday Favorites” episode, A&E Biography's “The House that Santa Built”, on ABC's THE VIEW's “Holiday Candies, Cookies and Cakes” segment and received editorial recognition in Midwest Living magazine.
See also Aggressive Categorism and the Sliding Scale of Gender Inequality.
Sindy, who claimed 80 percent of the fashion doll market at her peak in 1985 after she was launched as a more demure rival to the glamorous American Barbie, has ditched the high heels and short skirts in favour of fluffy slippers and pumps.