If you mean the way she's moving, that doesn't strike me at all as masculine, or rather, not exclusively masculine. that two second physical motion seems like a perfectly normal way someone would move when they're talking. As someone with a lot of women in their family, nothing about this strikes me as inherently masculine. Is it inherently feminine? No, but that doesn't really matter. I'm willing to bet the majority of people in this forum also have no issue with it.
As for your blanket statement about how female characters should act, there's a lot to unpack in that simple statement and I have no interest of going to that trouble. What I will say is that more kinds of characters is a good thing. If you're restrictive, then you'll just end up with the same kinds of characters being reproduced over and over again until they become boring.