Looks a bit like Ice Climbers, but certainly a more memorable silhouette than the wrestling suits of the original.
The names are less incendiary and on the nose in any case>>113797852
You create a character who ends up feeling a bit androgynous and has a background in a super-divisive gender environment.
That way you justify this character's decision to not identify with either of two very clear-cut and limiting gender models.
Because otherwise all you got is a teen who likes to dress a bit differently, and that's not very heroic.
Also don't have them talk about that, constantly.
If you talk to people about your gender unprompted, you're just an attention whore.