That isnt what it means though. The actual definition of the term refers to what is being presented to the audience, ie presenting something they think a male would want to look at. It has NOTHING to do with who is literally making the visual.
You are so fucking dumb.
“In feminist theory, the male gaze is the act of depicting women and the world, in the visual arts and literature, from a masculine, heterosexual perspective that presents and represents women as sexual objects for the pleasure of the male viewer. The male gaze has three perspectives: (i) that of the person behind the camera, (ii) that of the characters within the representation, and (iii) that of the spectator”
Nothing there says it literally has to do with the person making the visual, it had everything to do with how it is presented and who it is presented for. Now stop making up bullshit.