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Addressing Bakugan gender

Why is it, in articles, that there's he and she when it's not talking about a certain one. Bakugan are creatures(from the show) so wouldn't it be better to refer to it diffrently?Abce2|Aww nuts!Wribbit! 19:45, 11 July 2009 (UTC)

So what would be our guidelines for addressing Bakugan in this wiki? Officially, are Bakugan's genders applicable?

Just a thought, what are the guidelines for Digimons' gender in Wikipedia? If there are any, should we apply them here? –koisuru (talk) 04:24, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

I don't know, but since it has been shown that there can be two of the same type and attribute Bakugan at the same time, so explains my thought.Abce2|Aww nuts!Wribbit! 19:36, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

It's safe to use "it" but it may not be appropriate when referring to the monsters appearing in the animation. –koisuru (talk) 02:58, 18 July 2009 (UTC)
Yeah, I was just rerfering to the general Bakugan there. Thanks for clearing that up!Abce2|Aww nuts!Wribbit! 03:02, 18 July 2009 (UTC)
Most digimon do not have defined genders, like renamon said. Although contrary to what it said some seem to have one (even renamon it's self o.O), especially ones with the suffix -man -woman and the counterparts to those (angemon and angewoman for example, however past champion and ultimate they can sometimes have the same evolutions). Plus digimon are data and not flesh so they do not reproduce the same Preyas seems to be the only male (or male-ish) bakugan to give birth but so do sea horses... (he has the frills on his neck but that seems to indicate he is a amphibious frill-necked lizard o.o) other than that, they are from another flesh-based world and therefore have set genders) That and in the case of digimon humans tend to give gender pronouns to just about anything :P Mattwo 07:38, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

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