Probably, but in the recent years Lego has produced boxes that appeal to boys more than girls, mainly by having 99% of the figs being male, and exploring violent themes (war, ninjas, guns, ...) in their "cool" sets.
Whenever Lego tried to attract girls, they managed to produce boxes full of pink, flowers, more pink, rainbows, even more pink, and explore themes such as vacuum cleaning, be beautiful and superficial, and let the boys lead.
It's far from the 90's box sets with houses, trains, space exploration, etc.
My daughter is smart, fun and has numerous talents. I want her to develop equally and compete fairly with other human beings.