I usually only stick to catching male but my competitive Chandelure is female as is a shiny Sandile and 2 shiny Sneasels. --- http://i383.photobucket.com/albums/oo273/Photo_Phreak/alkalinesig2.png http://i.imgur.com/WvefuGH.jpg?1
I don't care about a Pokemon's sex unless I plan to use it for breeding. I'll use male Lopunny, female Conkeldurr, etc. without issue. --- "Murder of the living is tragic, but murder of the idea is unforgivable." - Janus, speaker of the synod
Unless I have a specific nickname picked out beforehand, or there's obvious gender differences (Blue Jellicent is WAY better than pink...), I don't care. --- Ford, you're turning into a penguin. Stop it. ~~Arthur Dent, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.
I usually only catch/train Pokemon that look like they fit that gender. Like I'd never catch a male Audino. Or a female Mr. Mime. If they can be either, I usually prefer male, but it isn't a requirement. And I usually don't like starters (with the exception of the Chikorita family) to be female. --- White FC: 4727 7422 4019 Platinum FC: 2063 5286 9480
Depends. It would be kind of humiliating to use a male Gardevoir or female Machamp. --- Official Shadow Crawdaunt of the Pokemon X/Y Boards and Team Miror Infinity "Just because I want absolute power, I'm the bad guy!"
ATM, I'm breeding for male Hoenn starters with good natures. The pronoun I use when referring to a Pokemon is usually "he" (unless it's Gardevoir or something). Even with most Legendaries. Might as well breed them that way. --- I'm not easily impressed; I'm usually oblivious to whatever's in front of me.
No. I just use whatever they happen to be. I choose my nickname based on the sex, though, usually. I usually name them human names. But I don't even mind using 'cross-gender' naming so I guess not really.
But like I had a Probopass that was female once, and I thought it was funny so I named her 'Misstache.' And I named my Nosepass in Ruby or Sapphire (whichever one I found it in first XZD) "Nosetta" (like the Rosetta Stone since it's a rock, and like Nose... and Rosetta sonds like a woman's name and it was a female. But I probably easily could have called a male that, too...)
I usually play both games and choose the male character in one and the female character in the other, too.
To me sex is not very important or meaningful. It's just a normal part of life, and in the game, a part of some minor mechanics. --- http://reddragonranch.blogspot.com The Legend of Red Dragon Ranch - KICKSTARTER now LIVE!!