Perhaps it makes no sense because you missed the point. The test is only a measuring stick, like a thermometer. It's not a test an individual work needs to pass. The results reflect the state of the whole. In fact, if someone were to throw in a couple women talking to each other just to pass the test, it would defeat the purpose of the test and make the test less useful as a cultural thermometer. One of the reasons I decided to write my own book was because a lot of the female characters in other people's books don't reflect me. I want to read female characters I can identify with, cheer for, stories that I can relate to. All one need do is look at some of the fan fiction of the worst offenders like Bella in Twilight to see readers want their female characters to be different. Readers want female characters that have more redeeming qualities than having a boyfriend. No one is forcing me to write different females, it's not because I want to be PC or join a trend. It's the females I want to write. BTW, I also have teenage females in my book whose lives revolve around boys. It's a fact of life. But my female hero is so much more.