I feel like it pops up a lot in dialogue in these comics and it feels so disconnected from the actual Marvel universe. Outside, on the PR front, it's fine to say "Thor's a woman now!" but inside the universe? It just rips any reasonable person right out of the narrative.
When you look at the actual universes, DC and Marvel, from an internal point their female characters were rarely being ostracized or looked down upon by their male comrades or most citizens that we know of. For them to pretend like they're only just now being taken seriously in universe is a false narrative to the world and rips me out every damn time. DC really isn't doing this as bad at least.
I can't remember where else it popped up but I know I've seen it once or twice now and others have commented that Marvel's been doing it often lately. It just doesn't ring true from the context of the world. When you throw it into your script you need to take a step back and realize it's a bad idea.
Then you have Thor himself. To these people Thor is a person, not a character. He's a friend, and a hero... But they're talking about him as if he's not real. What does it matter if Thor's a woman to these people? Titania fights female heroes all the time why would she give herself up just because Thor is a girl?
She's just another person doing what's right in a sea of people doing the right thing. Thor was their friend but they're all talking about him like one would talk about movie casting. Its putting your ideals first not the world you're working with.
Also in terms of outfits sure they were revealing but you have to remember your character chose to wear them. You can complain about them all you want but your character didn't wear them for the reason they were designed. It can work if it was a brief costume, or if you have another character wear it and realize it kind of sucks like Cass struggling to fight in Babs heels. Its just another thing that rips me right out of the world.