that which society has tried to force on them
When a person resists the expectations of our culture's gender socialization, we consider that person unconventional, non-conformist, deviant, or something of the sort.
However, when a person adopts those gender expectations, we call that "natural."
Flagged revisions do no more, and no less, than allow people to tag revisions which have been reviewed to be vandalism-free.
What about vandalism that's not so easy to spot? Like a subtle change to an article that (presumably) is not on a lot of people's watchlist? How would the FlaggedRev system handle these types of edits? Would it create tacit approval for these changes? Would it be difficult to revert them at a later time, since at that point the rv would itself look like vandalism? Just a thought.
Dynamically binding, you realize the magic. Statically binding, you see only the hierarchy.