Those alternative D&D alignment charts that are going around kind of crack me up due to the history behind it.
I’ve posted about it before, but the TL;DR version is that the law/chaos axis of the D&D alignment system originally referred to cosmic principles, not personal convictions; there was an implicit assumption baked into the game’s default setting that Order and Chaos were cosmic forces locked in eternal battle for universal dominion, and that player characters would align themselves with one of those forces - indeed, that’s why it was named “alignment” in the first place.
So when you go and swap the law/chaos axis for, say, butch/femme, in light of that history one might reasonably suppose that you’re proposing a setting in which Butch and Femme are likewise cosmic principles locked in eternal battle.
And that’s where things get hilarious.
Like, who are the Gods of Butch? What weapons are their clerics permitted to wield? What does an Archon of Femme look like?