femmebotfangirl, linking all the facts in the world probably won't do you any good when you dole out said facts with a healthy dose of aggressive sarcasm in a confrontational manner (interspersed with the word "fucking" every other sentence for emphasis, I might add) rather than conversing calmly with others in the same fandom. People tend to just tune you out if not outright ignore what you have to say at that point. In essence, you're alienating folks rather than converting them to your cause. (Maybe you don't care, or maybe that's what you're aiming for, but that seems to be impression you're giving off to me.) I'll be the first to say I'm guilty of this when confronting folks with racist attitudes regarding representation of Asians in the mythos (ie. Drift) and the Asian fandom when it comes to the TF franchise. Everything you said regarding female characters and the female fandom can easily be applied to minority characters and the minority fandom, where the "normal baseline" for both characters and the catered-to market is considered (at least by Hasbro) as being both white and male. Sometimes you have to pick and choose your battles. This doesn't seem like one of those battles to me though you seem to think otherwise. Haranguing folks in the fandom seems less conducive to the cause of fair and equal representation than say, starting polls and petitions to gauge interest in your cause, and directing your concerns directly to Hasbro. But that's just me. Back to the topic at hand, lots of neat choices for the voice actors in this series!