I have nothing against long posts - I make plenty of them myself, for the same reasons (and I'm about to make one again). That wasn't what bugged me. What bugged me was the complete failure to understand (which you just repeated) that most people don't share your views on which Pokémon seem more like females or more like males. Most of us, frankly, don't give a damn.
And GF's implementation of gender-specific evolution wth the dawn Stones is hardly contradictory. In Froslass's case, it's because that Pokémon is explicitly based on legends of ghosts of women. in Gallade's case, it's because it seems to be based on a chivalrous knight. A little sexist? Maybe. But I really don't see how that contradicts Gardevoir being able to be male and female.
Also: one ever complains about Glalie being able to be both genders, so that means that the complaints are solely about Gardevoir's appearance, which feels a little sketchy to me. I think we all know what certain parts of the internet have done to Gardevoir, and the whining that it should be female-only feels to me like it's a much less extreme version of that same line of thinking. I honestly can't come up with any line of thinking that would lead to someone complaining about male Gardevoir other than "guys in dresses make me uncomfortable, and Gardevoir looks like it has a dress". If Gardevoir had a different shape, no one would be complaining about it, so the problem lies not with Game Freak, but with the complainers.
- There are more gay men in dancing than in the general population, but it's not most.
- All male Pokémon will breed with female Pokémon in their egg group(s), so it's safe to say that no Pokémon are gay.
- As a gay guy, the capslock parentheses part made me both laugh hysterically and facepalm mightily.