I think we kind of get that.
1. Considering there's a market I'd say a lot of people don't get that.
2. I have been in several threads here where indeed knowledgable users were touting how company x or Y made Woman specific frames. Again, body metry data shows that these very knowledgable people were just as bamboozled as many others. And no I don't blame (or name) them as being a stud on cycling tech does not mean you know that differences between female and male biometry is pretty much a wash.
Even in this thread someone says "and the very few that are truly designed with different geometry, different carbon layup etc"
That's just such patent nonsense that it needs to be pointed out. there is no need for a different geometry and certainly no need for a "different carbon layup" (that one cracks me up on male models, let alone female models).
So Valbrona, you seem to get it, but obviously still people ned to be corrected.
Furthermore, if a company runs a female frame chances that exact size is also at the (much, much better equiped!) male model are enormous. Whcih is of course because the bike companies know that there is absolutely no difference between the geometries. It's easy money!