I have considered this, and I did wonder if I might get a question on this.
I chose to do feminine-identifying wixes because Witch Weekly is a canonical publication which is oft-mentioned, and seems to have a consistently female readership, and seems to largely be about women (see Rita Skeeter’s article on Hermione in the books). I’d feel a lot more comfortable doing a post for masculine-identifying individuals if there was a comparative publication in canon.
If anyone wants to do a series on masculine-identifying wixes then I would happily post it, but I personally find it harder to make and develop male or masculine-identifying characters, so it would be a lot harder for me to do a series on masculine-identifying wixes than feminine. If I get the inspiration to do it then I may, but as-is? It seems unlikely.
I am sorry, and I do know this is unfair, which is why if someone is willing or wants to do their own series, of canon and OC’s or just OC’s, I will happily post it. I just doubt I could easily come up with suitable numbers of OCs and canon characters to do it myself.
I know the magical world is supposed to have gender equality - the whole “once you give someone a wand a lot of the racist/sexist/etc judgements they make can be easily disproven by way of magic” - and I agree that having some similar ones for masculine-identifying wixes would be awesome. But as-is I do not think I can easily do them myself, due to not always being particularly great at making male characters and due to being almost tapped out for ideas with this Witch Weekly series here and the Japanese folklore series I’m doing on themonsterblogofmonsters.
If someone does say they are willing to make and submit a comparative series for masculine-identifying wixes I will be very glad to post them, but unless that happens I’m afraid likelihood is low for a fairly long while.