Re: Lugia and Ho-oh Genders
I consider them both male, not because I'm in any way sexist, but because that's just how I see it.
Ho-oh I've used so much in Role-Playing and such and since I'm not really comfortable in referring to someone as it, not when it's an actual personality etc. attached to it, he turned out to be a male character.
When it comes to Lugia I am more than a little biased by the second movie, where the voice is clearly masculine, at least it is in Swedish, haven't seen it in English. I seem to recall that I first considered Lugia as female when I played through Gold the first time, only because I thought of the two as opposites.