Note: I read many of the posts, but not all!
I saw some posts about strict/religious families that do not allow their girls to wear pants. My best friend's family was exactly like this. They were very strict southern baptists and sometimes I attended their church.
Their pastor was very annoying. I went to a wednesday evening church activity with my friend (I guess we were about 14 years old at the time). I wore jeans. The pastor kept referring to me as "son," and "boy," etc despite my long hair, blue eyeshadow and obvious chest buds! I was so annoyed and offended that he kept pointing out to me "Oops, I thought you were a boy because you are wearing pants." Sorry, there's nothing boyish about me!
I never went back to the church, but the pastor lived near my friend and seemed to ALWAYS be over at my friend's house. I used to dread seeing him because of all the comments. Once, he commented to my friend's mom that she shouldn't let her daughter go upstairs alone with a boy - he was referring to me! He already knew me by then and KNEW I was obviously a girl. (My friend's family was cool about me wearing pants.)
In retaliation, next time he was over at their house, I would sit with my legs wide open on purpose, belch, fart, you name it, in his general direction. Very un-ladylike.