Interesting that there are no votes for Flareon (except for one in a reply), as I have seen many people consider Flareon as female; I have always considered Flareon as male.
The Pokémon Ranger Force
Charizard Red (Male) - The leader, with the power of Fire.
Blastoise Blue (Female) - Second-in-command, with the power of Water
Venusaur Green (Male) - Third-in-command, with the power of Grass
Raichu Yellow (Female) - Fourth-in-command, with the power of Electricity
Clefable Pink (Male) - Fifth-in-command, with Normal power
Fire should be RED, not orange!
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I agree with everyone who says Glaceon, and also see it's "hair" as feminine. (It's actually a cute hairstyle, too.)
Vaporeon is only kinda feminine: probably because people think of mermaids as being only mermaids, and not part of merpeople. Anyway some of the Eeveelutions seem like adept predators, and kinda like housecats, if only for their sleekness and pose, giving them their general traits. (Despite them being foxes.) Espeon's color means nothing to me.
On a different note, I have a possible suggestion for Eevee's origin, though I don't know how likely it could be. There is a Roman proverb, "a fox changes its fur, not its habits." And, well, Eevee is a fox... and I don't really know.
Last edited by League; 5th September 2011 at 12:08 AM.
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Espeon has the most feminine design and color, imo.
I can easily see all of them being male or female, but Glaceon slightly wins.