The Female Shadow by Sean Hood.
I was, for a time, considering what would make a man definitively fatally attractive to women, and how that would differ in more complex ways than mere gender. I wrote as one point, "Interestingly, I find myself drawn to the idea that the man needs, in some way, to be more attractive on the surface than women do... In fact, most classic femmes fatale are oddly average when you really look at them, but they ooze sex. And, while I know women are much more likely to accept men who are less attractive, it somehow seems more necessary that the kind of man a woman would see and fall into the trap they know is there, crawl across the web to get to, would need to be kind of obviously tall, dark and handsome."
I'm not uninterested in that idea, but this "female shadow" may likewise be more similar to my current fascination.
I'm always interested in looking at gender reversal from a perspective that realizes that, for the most part, it's more complicated than merely switching body parts.