When she faces Aslan, she is humbled, her arrogance dissipates. When talking about Susan, Lewis never says girls in general are shallow. I'm sure while psychoanalyzing my books, there will be many different theories as to my opinions, psyche, and prejudices I supposedly have, based on characters and situations in my books which, in actuality, are the result of coincidence.
And since Jesus Christ and Yahweh are both male figures in the Bible, their Narnian counterparts are going to be male also.
While concealed, the women overhear a discussion between Prince Rabadash who wishes to marry Susanthe Tisroc, and the Grand Vizier. There are characters of both genders in his books with a variety of strengths and weaknesses, which I find very realistic and well-crafted.
And many young people who desire to be more "grown up" do so using very childish tactics.
And in reality, not every girl is a good role model for women. It is blatantly racist.
And one very common problem I've observed is that the readers pay far more attention to the genders of the characters as well as other factors than we authors do.