I really don't think so, from what I've seen raising a girl and being surrounded by all these girls. You know I've been showing my daughter synths and turntables and all the rest, she seriously couldn't care less. All her friends are kinda wowed, like that is a turntable!, then they take turns blowing my needles out on dollar records, and I try to get them to think that they could make music, her older friends are into really shit pop, like edm styled pop, and I'm like you could make that, and they're like, "yeah, whatever."
Turn that around to the other side, I've shown some boys, and they're like WOW, and get into it, and start programming melodies and beats. These fucking emoticons are utter shit, there is like no expression in any of them. Seriously. Just muted meaningless nothings.
There was a time in the 60's, the last 60's, not the coming 60's, where all the hippie parents were like, everything is gender roles taught by society, fuck that man, we're going to raise our kids with equality, and they'd give boy toys to girls, and girl toys to boys, and then the kids would eventually trade, as they found what they liked. I don't think there is any kind of problem that people have their natural inborn interests and abilities. I do think there is a problem when you try to hammer people into gender roles, whether that is to increase diversity, or to enforce some weird particular traditional gender roles. Just let people grow and develop into what they want to be. If there is a shortage of male florists, so be it, if there is a shortage of female producers, so be it. It is just how it is.
NOW that doesn't mean that girls should be discouraged from getting into production/dj'ing, or boys should be shielded from the allure of flowers. Good parents, a good community, will expose kids to all kinds of activities, and ways of being, and the kids will find what they like.
AND in my experience, women are way more INTO music, like the beat works way better on them. I've certainly noticed it with my girl and all her friends. I play beats and it goes right into my daughter and she just involuntarily starts moving. I call her on it, and she gets all mad, like, "I DON'T LIKE MUSIC!" Haha, sure. But I haven't seen the same type of response in boys.