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Gender preferences in ocs are fine by ll-Polaris-ll Gender preferences in ocs are fine by ll-Polaris-ll
There is nothing wrong with having:
All female characters
All male characters
All trans characters
All non-binary/queer characters
etc. etc. 

It's your characters, not anyone elses. 
You aren't sexist or phobic for not having
certain gendered characters or mixed genders.
It's just a preference. 

I posted this because awhile back, some folk were giving shit to a couple friends of mine about their ocs,
You don't have to like people's oc preferences, but don't harass others about it, just ignore it if you dislike it.


Free to use / you don't have to credit me, enjoy!
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KittenPrince55 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
This is nice! Like 90% of my OC's are male lol, and I have two ftm OC's Heart 
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ll-Polaris-ll Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Same haha! <3 Except with me it's 95% male, and the rest female or sexless/genderless entities. 
I think diversity in characters is really great but I also understand and can relate to people who have 
mostly a specific gendered characters due to personal preferences or feeling able to identify mostly 
with said characters with that gender. 
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KittenPrince55 Featured By Owner Edited Oct 23, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
For me it's most likely because it's easier for me to draw males than females, and as a trans guy I feel a connection to my male characters, both cis and trans, and in a way, I look up to my older cis male characters?? It's just easier for me to have male characters, ya know? It's interesting... 
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ll-Polaris-ll Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Yeah thats what I mean with 'able to identify better with',
I have a few trans friends (most of them being trans male too)
and they always tell me they feel most comfortable and connected to 
male characters, weather they be cis or trans too. 

I think difficulty-wise, males and females are equally difficult for me to draw?
At least humanoids, with animals its easy regardless of the gender or sex.
I have the tendency though to make women look a bit masculine sometimes
with their facial features and shoulders, I'm a bit more used to drawing broad shoulders
and more 'squared' faces. 
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Flowering-Yaksha Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:clap:
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RoscoeWolfie Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I agree 100% ;v;
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