miao ds just did a week at a summer football school and there were 2 or 3 gorgeous girls (one might have been an exquisite boy with long hair - not sure!) who were totally football mad and told my ds (7) that they were boys! My ds would not hear other than that and worshipped them. I thought they seemed very self assured young things (could have been anything between 8 - 11).
I was a total Tomboy in reaction to my s's hysterical femininity!
My DD1 was never a girly-girl.She did start to be more interested in clothes at about 14. Now 22 she has a very individual style and is very into dressing up and all things fairy (making up for lost time?)
How weird is the cat thing LOL wonder what thats about???!!!!!!!!! My non girlys like camping and treasure hunts and stuff like that. Getting dirty and having fun, not standing on the side lines complaining about the wrong footwear
DD is neither, really. She's not uber-girly, is very active, likes mess and seems to get a kick out of getting dirty (still). She has never been much into dollies or traditional girls' toys. On the other hand, she does Rhythmic Gymnastics, the girliest sport going!