Gender in my opinion isn't really an issue, more how an individual grew up, what lessons they learned along the way and their experiences etc. Taking Kasumi as an example, she had obviously led a life where she was used to getting eveyrthing she wants and succeeding in everything with both a super rich family and her own extremely versatile abilities. So she is very reckless in my opinion, as she dives off great heights and jumps into things head first without any doubts. She always wins because she has the talent to pull it off so its not a bad thing though. But likewise a boy could do just the same or a boy could turn out to be just like Yuri (someone might compare her to Shinji in Eva? He gets a lot of bad rep. for being scared/upset over all the traumatic stuff that happens around him too don't you think?) or Kumi (probably a more 'studious' boy, quite a few of those in anime), just depends on how life treats him.
I would love to see a team of Alien Fighter boys. Actually I thought Kumi was a boy when I first saw this anime. A cute one at that. ^_~ And was a little dissapointed when I realised
( Don't mean to offend but theres lots of boys with long hair in the world, I know some!
If there were Alien Nine boys I'd much rather longer hair than just shaven hair style cut personally. )
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