Why is BMO's gender used in plural tense istead of "it"?
I see BMO as a male
Because he's a MO and MOs doesn't seem to have genders so he is Agender. And people who are Agender usually prefer having a plural pronoun to show that they are more than one gender (or none). But by being called it it's like his not a real person
Technically there's reason to call him "gender fluid" because he and she have been used to describe BMO in the past
What do you think?