It’s interesting to hear Star Wars referred to as “a male power fantasy story for guys.” When I hear “male power fantasy” I think James Bond, and even Indiana Jones to a degree, but I personally don’t see how SW fits that category, well, except for this moment in ROTJ, but I’d say that’s more of an evocation of old movie-serial tropes (and it’s from the same film where Luke and Leia are established as siblings for the first time).
Luke never comes off as being macho, and by the end of the trilogy when he becomes a Jedi Knight he’s about as far away from Bond or Indy or any other 80’s action heroes as possible. Han and Lando obviously fits the description to various degrees, but a lot of their toughness and swagger is played for laughs, and both are much more subdued and well-balanced by the end of the trilogy. Plus, neither are the main-character of the trilogy. And of course, there’s Leia; not exactly the type of woman you’d see in a Bond movie (even the newer ones). Even the damsel-in-distress trope in ANH is completely turned on its head the moment she’s let out of her cell.
There are obviously old tropes that both intentionally and unintentionally leaked into the original three, but growing up with them I never got a “power fantasy” feel from them. If anything I’d say Luke’s character journey completely avoids the usual “male power fantasy” plot.
However I see how Luke being the hero makes the OT sort of “for guys”, while Rey as the hero makes the ST “for girls”. Though obviously both have been fans of either trilogies regardless.