A Muslim woman may be instructed that her behavior is considered part of the female hijab, and she should avoid displays of femininity, such as softening your voice (IslamWeb), and instead adopt straightforward behavior (Islamic Bulletin). I wonder if the same is symmetrically true for men.
Question: Is avoiding overt displays of masculinity part of the male hijab?
It seems the risks associated with a woman acting feminine outweigh the risks associated with a man acting masculine. Nevertheless, I'm not aware of a reason there would be a distinction between men and women in this context.