I don't Know, Doesn't Snorunt have a similar gender ratio?
No, but Combee does. On the same point, how often do you see people using a Vespiquen?
At least for Combee the lopsided gender ratio seems thematically appropriate...
True... but not exactly my point.
It makes sense for this to happen with insects. There's nothing about Sylveon that suggests it's female outside of what people typically think of as feminine. --- "Murder of the living is tragic, but murder of the idea is unforgivable." - Janus, speaker of the synod
No, thats never been mentioned so far. Fan speculation has just taken the meaning of the name way to far.
Platinuim, Diamond, and Pearl had almost nothing to do with their names aside from held items for two of them matching.
X and Y hasnt been specified yet, and could resemble anything.
If they were really doing Two Eevee's they definitely would have promoted both in the movie. it makes very little sense to make a movie all about eevee's and completely keep one excluded
All eevee forms have been represented in the title and logo for the movie, just seems completely uncharacteristic for the pokemon company to exclude a pokemon this way.
Its possible, but I think there is just so much focus on sylveon, and its typing, that a new pokemon would have been reveled if there was one to speculate on both. --- Lucina, Newtwo, Ridley, Tom Nook, Bowser Jr, Palutena, Megaman, Lloyd Irving for SSB4 http://img191.imageshack.us/img191/4320/ssb4roster.png
Yeah... and that's really more of a society thing than it is something that is inherent to life.
And even then, what people deem to be masculine or feminine are static. Pink used to be a boy's color, a woman working in the office outside of bringing coffee to the guys was absurd, high-heeled shoes and thongs were made for men, etc.
Hell, for all the "OMG WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE GUYS THEY LOOK LIKE WOMEN NOW WHY GAME FREAKS" complaints? The bishounen thing is very much accepted in Japan, hence why it's so popular. --- "Murder of the living is tragic, but murder of the idea is unforgivable." - Janus, speaker of the synod