Female Transformers were originally depicted as an anomaly, specifically called out as either a thought-to-be-extinct subgroup or simply never existing in the first place. Nowadays, female Transformers are basically considered a normal part of the Cybertronian population.
There's still a long way to go, since they ARE still pretty dang rare compared to the "guys" and as Mairghread Scott pointed out, this can inadvertently make any given female Transformer and their stories seem like a comment on real women.
" And then I think Hasbro's attitude was, 'this is a boy toy.
We don't wanna have, you know, girl robots.' So, I said, "OK, just want to clarify that." Despite being robotic lifeforms with generally non-sexual methods of reproduction, the Transformer species has almost always been shown to include both male and female gender analogues, at least mentally if not physically. ) But over the course of decades, while they are still comparatively rare, they have increased greatly in numbers, prominence and overall fairness of representation, and are considered an official part of the Transformers brand in pretty much every continuity.
In den nächsten zwei Jahren war Kelly sehr erfolgreich und machte schnell Karriere. Januar 1995 erschoss sich ihr Ehemann vor ihrer Haustür.
Often they have a more than passing resemblance to a slender human female made of metal and wearing armor and kibble. Characters with toys could have been bulky and less overtly human-female-like, which was seen in the Unicron Trilogy series and some latter expansions of the Generation 1 series out of Japan, when the characters are often assigned to pre-existing "masculine" toys.
That's part of a way bigger argument for gender equality in entertainment and society at large that's a bit beyond this wiki's scope to fully explore.
A list of female Transformers from all continuities is available. Both terms have recently appeared in a piece of official fiction: Venus magazine.
When the Cybertron dubbers wanted to make a male character into a female one, it's probably not a surprise that they went with the (relatively) sleek racing car.
Within this continuity, female Transformers are a rarity, but established to have been around from the species' start.