I feel like camp is primarily dominated by the gay male culture, and it's very possibly being reclaimed and becoming feminized in this film. Although I never really saw camp as something specifically designated to gay men, and has been used by women and heterosexuals as well, I feel like it just seems to be more common for gay male performances. There is no question about the fact that this movie is clearly campy, and absolutely ridiculous making it the amazing comedy that it is.
I think that the fact that we seem to need to "reclaim" camp for females reinforces the gender binary. Because we decide that this genre of film seems to "belong" to gay males, it seems that everyone else has to "reclaim" it for themselves. Now it's women, next heterosexuals will need to reclaim it. Then is it going to be trans* people? Unfortunately not everything is so available for everyone, and there is still inequality for many groups, because we should all accept that everyone should be equal, and no one needs to "reclaim" anything because no ideas should inherently belong to a group of people. These ideas, humor, values should be universal and anyone should be able to claim it for themselves and not have to feel as though they're taking something from another culture or group. Since we see this genre as male dominated, and women need to "reclaim" it, where does it leave everyone else who doesn't identify as man or woman?
The movie itself also doesn't do anything to help remove the gender binary. It's all about masculinity and femininity, men and women. There is also a sexuality binary that is threaded throughout the movie. People are either heterosexual or homosexual, and that's it. There is absolutely no hint of trans* people, or people of other sexualities.