I'm sure it would have no impact at all on you.
It's very possible that it has a mostly non-measurable impact. I remember reading a blog a while back where they were talking the influence of Barbie, or Saturday Morning cartoons, or something like that, on how they set their expectations in life. One off hand sentence they had went something like "And if you're not the type of person who felt influenced by such things, what are you doing on this blog?" And that was every eye opening to me. Because I'm someone who can't think of a single programming role model, yet still became a programmer. And I can't think of any "reading between the lines" kind of influence on me (so it was kind of odd that I was reading that blog). There are people who pick up on non-existent signals about gender roles, etc from toys and media, and there are other people who don't. And I'm sure there are lots of people who fit into the range between the extremes.
I believe that boys/men are much more likely to not pick up on even the most blatant messages about expectations, than girls/women are. The result is that you get the Slashdot type who will read these articles about ideas on encouraging others, and since there wasn't anything even close to that in their own experience, they don't see what all of the fuss is about. The flip side are other people who will only go where they're granted permission to go. And knowing that both types of personalities exist is important.