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    Default Pokémon with feminine designs that can be male and vice-versa

    Exactly as the title says. Pokémon that look feminine that can be male and vice-versa. One for me is Azumarill. I'd think Azumarril would be female only but it still has a 50% chance of being male. And to me Weavile looks a bit feminine with those eyelashes.
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    Absol looks female to me.
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    luvidisc looks like female, machamp looks like male, skitty/delcalty looks like female, gardevor looks like female and thats all i could think of for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by firehound View Post
    luvidisc looks like female, machamp looks like male, skitty/delcalty looks like female, gardevor looks like female and thats all i could think of for now
    same.


    also, roserade looks like a girl to me. i'll say more later.
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    Gardevoir looks more feminine to me and Machamp looks more masculine to have a chance of being female.




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    'Feminine' and 'masculine' are just human terms and shouldn't be applied to (non-human) animals - even cartoonish ones.

    Cats for example, don't look 'girly' they look like cats. You can't tell if it's male or female unless you look at its 'you know what'. :P

    I don't see why people keep making topics like this... What is it supposed to be achieving? >_>
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokemonmaster99325 View Post
    also, roserade looks like a girl to me. i'll say more later.
    I think Roserade is masculine because it looks like an old man due the white/grey 'hair'



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    Quote Originally Posted by Heliotrope View Post
    'Feminine' and 'masculine' are just human terms and shouldn't be applied to (non-human) animals - even cartoonish ones.

    Cats for example, don't look 'girly' they look like cats. You can't tell if it's male or female unless you look at its 'you know what'. :P

    I don't see why people keep making topics like this... What is it supposed to be achieving? >_>
    Nobodies "achieving" anything. Its just a discussion. And even if they shouldn't be applied to (non-human?) animals the discussion is about applying human terms to them. Why must something be accomplished?
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersmew View Post
    Exactly as the title says. Pokémon that look feminine that can be male and vice-versa. One for me is Azumarill. I'd think Azumarril would be female only but it still has a 50% chance of being male. And to me Weavile looks a bit feminine with those eyelashes.
    It's all heavily subjected to opinion, as some people might see one Pokémon as Male and the other as Female.

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    I think Roserade is masculine because it looks like an old man due the white/grey 'hair'



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    Some Pokemon are based off of human characteristics, male/female ideals, and the like. I think the more masculine-looking female Pokemon and feminine-looking male Pokemon really encourage us to think about what defines gender. I mean, I can totally see a female Machamp. Just look at wild cats in the jungle. The females are often more aggressive and vicious than their male counterparts. It doesn't mean they're not "feminine" (not that we should hold freaking lions to the same standards as human beings as far as gender norms go), it's just a different outlook. That's what it all comes down to, opinion.
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    I think it is a tic of humankind to say from every animal-like thing that they are feminine or masculine. Some people even gave their car a gender People want to '' gender'' everything because it helps then to understand it better. For example, if ants would be considered cute and feminine ( people often say ants look male-like, even though most of them are females) then they wouldn't be killed as much

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    I think that 'Masculine' and 'Feminine' should not be applied to things like Pokémon... Js...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janice Quatlane View Post
    I think that 'Masculine' and 'Feminine' should not be applied to things like Pokémon... Js...
    So you find a female Machamp, a 'human-like' Pokemon, wearing completely nothing except tight underwear very feminine? o_o

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    No, I'm just saying that I don't think people should compare male and female by whether they wear a dress (Gardevoir) or look like a wrestler (Machamp)

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    so based of what you guys are saying, in spite of what everyone thinks, new pokemon like Sylveon shouldn't be considered female exclusive just because they look like that. In my opinion, their are certain pokemon that I raise female only because of their look and I even consider certain legends (like Mew, Celebi, Jirachi, Maniphy and Victini would be ether) to be female...even in RPs I imagion the normal as a male (like Lugia) and the shiny counterpart as female wife. Reshiram I consider Female and it's counterpart shiny as male, vise versa for Zekrom
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy9 View Post
    I think Roserade is masculine because it looks like an old man due the white/grey 'hair'



    Stupid.
    Even old women can have white hair you know...



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    They should just have a 50/50 gender ratio on every Pokemon. I don't understand how Jynx can have 100% female ratio when Machamp/Machoke/Machamp can have 75/25 gender ratio.

    And I love raising all my cute, '' feminine '' and '' effeminate '' looking Pokemon as males.

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    I'm surprised no one has brought up Mr. Mime yet...
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    Although considered 'feminine' I have a male Gardevoir and Lopunny in game, and I have absolutely no problem with using them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supersmew View Post
    Exactly as the title says. Pokémon that look feminine that can be male and vice-versa. One for me is Azumarill. I'd think Azumarril would be female only but it still has a 50% chance of being male. And to me Weavile looks a bit feminine with those eyelashes.
    I used to see Weavile as feminine but my opinion changed after seeing an episode of the anime that had them.

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    Gallade looks more masculine while Gardevoir looks more feminine. Kirila looks feminine too, it looks like it's wearing a skirt.
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    Feminine or masculine, this is the personal view of yourself. To describe a being as feminine/masculine, you have to check out its genitalias. Being agressive or delicated, doesn't describe a Pokémon as masculine or feminine, respectively, IMO.

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    Pokemon that I personally think look female:

    Chansey
    Jynx
    Bellossom
    Kirlia/Gardevoir
    Mawile
    Delcatty
    Roselia
    Gorebyss
    Glameow
    Cresselia
    Lillgant
    Meloetta
    Lopunny

    Pokemon that I personally think look male:

    Macop/Machoke/Machamp
    Mr Mime
    Steelix
    Slaking
    Glalie
    Bagon
    Magmar/Magmortar
    Electabuzz/Electivire
    Throh
    Mewtwo

    And for some reason I identify most of the starters as male...

    As others have said, its very much down to your own personal opinions as to which pokemon you see as "male" or "female". For example a lot of people are saying absol is feminine, but because I first saw absol in the anime with a male voice, I don't see it like that.
    That being said, there are some pokemon that were clearly designed to have masculine or feminine aspects.
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    Pokemon I always saw as male:
    -Growlithe line
    -Abra line
    -Geodude line
    -Poliwrath
    -Machop line
    -Farfetche'd
    -Mewtwo
    -Mr. Mime

    There's more, but that's a lot to list right now

    Pokemon I always saw were female

    -Jynx
    -Mew
    -Chikorita
    -Marill
    -Jumpluff
    -Sunflora
    -Misdreavus
    -Sneasal
    -Celebi
    -Bellossom

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