Artificial creations? Yes.
And yes, that's going with the retarded "performative" definition, and not even the conflation with sex.
Lifeforms that we've observed with any high level of sentience (not even getting to sapience) that form communities seperate duties to some extent.
The closest to non-extant would be birds, but even where parenting/providing are shared in shifts equally, the male takes on more roles due to the various courtship rituals and the needs to prove his own health and capability.
In species with long child rearing periods, we see females take on a more support role, while the expendible males compete with each other and the outside world to prove their fitness.
Once you get to sapience and technological civilization, there're two huge drivers for progress: Providing for females and fending off foreign males.
Robots and AI are built from the ground up for their purpose. They shouldn't have the need to seperate into a biological caste for identity, even if they form a personality. Though we are finding that to truly program an AI, it must have a body.
But, that's the manipulation here: These robot revolutionaries are female, because it tries to highjack the instinctive nature to protect females that is currently leading to the death in slippers that is happening to Western civilization.