When you're shopping online for mens-cut T-shirts, the default size is large. When you're shopping for women's T-shirts. the default size is small. When you're playing Rock Band and creating your own character, the default size for a man is maximum height, maximum weight--and he comes out looking tall and buff. On a woman, it defaults to just about the lowest possible height and weight--any taller and she looks out of proportion, and there's no flattering way to add weight: she's either rail-skinny or fat.
Am I overreacting, or do i sense a double standard here?