If you read the manosphere, you’ve heard of the “feminist imperative” or the “female imperative” or “team woman.”
But, as the dialogue in the above still shows, anime has been depicting female logic for a while now.
Note that the blonde tsundere shown above isn’t necessarily a feminist per se – she just thinks that her female sex gives her superior privileges to all males everywhere. On might call her a female supremacist. That attitude is often present in non-feminist women.
Okay, apparently girl-who-is-deluded-into-thinking-she-is-a-boy is a common stereotype. This character showed up before in Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai. But at least in that show, the character was funny and weird.
In Gaworare, the characters are just flat.
The “older sister” is unbelievably flat, to the point where she is a sight-gag, not a character.