Hello there! I noticed that you recently changed a lot of the animal agents' gender because their "behavior matches that of a female" and when I tried to edit the pages you directed me to your talk page so we can discuss this. While I'm no expert in biology, I can say with certainty that real-life biology doesn't apply to the Phineas and Ferb universe (e.g. platypuses aren't teal, animals can't be trained to act like humans, humans can't be born with triangle-shaped heads, hyenas aren't purple, whales can't survive out of water etc.). Plus, since Lyla Lolliberry states in the episode Just Our Luck that she is the only girl at Agent Con (and Major Monogram states that all the agents are there), we can safely assume that all the agents we've seen up until that episode are male. Hope you'll be happier with my edits now.
But if all agents are male, then the kangooroo agent should be male as well, which is impossible because she has a pouch. Lyla probaly meant the only human girl is my guess, now I have noticed that apparently my edits were not appreciated even though nobody ever told me, so I think some animals are female, some are male and we should leave it at what it is now.
Firstly, I'd like to apologize if I seemed disrespectful. That wasn't my intention. Honestly. The problem with me is that I usually want to make a wiki's article be as accurate as it can be and I kinda get a little annoyed when someone tries to edit an article to fit THIER narrative perspective (in other words I don't like it when some fans trying to make fan fiction canon). I thought that you were editing the agents' pages based on speculation (and I still think some of it was speculation, I mean you can't tell if the T-Rex really is a "he" or a "she") and thought that you were one of these Mat Pat kind of guys who likes to use "scientific analysis" to "enrich" a franchise's lore, without caring if it contradicts said lore or not. Point is I may have... well... let's say I may have overreacted a bit and, again, I'm sorry if I was impolite.
No, it's ok. I started debating the genders of some agents because other people were changing them to fit their fan-canon. Then at a certain point I decided that people would rather see these agents as male then female so I chenged the genders to female to encourage people to find reason why they should be male (because they are always defaulted to male) and then I got dragged away and decided to change them all. I should not have done that, I see that now. You were not disrespectful at all, I will try to be a more productive user from now on, when I can be. I guess we should just leave the genders at what they are currently then
Also, it should be noted that a few months earlier I got into conflict with another user who was dead-set that every agent was male. He did this to point were he was blocked on this wiki and re-made those pages he wanted to be male on the disney-wiki. I also got carried away during this edit-war
You wanna talk, I'll talk. If you won't let my picture stay on the Agent F page then I'll make another one. That's right another Agent F page. That way there will be Two Agent F pages, one the way you like it and one the way I like it. Then we don't have to keep changing each others pictures and we can leave each other alone. Ok, I hope that will make you happy.
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