The question has been asked whether gynocentric women are morally responsible to something other than & outside of themselves? The answer is yes; they are responsible to an idealized self-image which is not an an exact copy of themselves but an “other” they strive to identify with. Not imitatio de Christi, but rather imitatio de narcissi. Such behavior acts as a substitute for responsibility towards a traditional deity, society and family.
This is why, in the classical stories, Narcissus speaks to his image thinking it is not himself but an other, whom he pledges to serve.