To be honest I cannot stereotype an amv created by a male or female. I can make the assumption that mostly males make amvs... but that's certainly no guarantee that a guy made a given video... so if there's an all female project ... what's the point? While the concept is somewhat original I dunno what the motivation would be... it's not as though guys specifically get together on a project and cry out WATCH OUR AMVS GO BOOM ON THE SCREEN AND NOTICE THAT WE ARE NOT FEMALE!
... well not yet at least.
If there was a reason such as "females can't get into projects like RVG"
or "males always try to hit on females when they join a project"
then maybe there'd be some logic. I don't think our community is that bad
... sure there is plenty of desperation(haha)... but the gap between male and female editors isn't so large in the amv world. On the NES project we had one female editor. Did it make the slightest difference? Nope.
I don't think we bothered her any more or any less than the rest of the editors. She was another editor on the team to make something for people to enjoy watching.
I think a decent question is... why would you want to rally together a specific group of people when you could meet and learn from so many more by not having restrictions and limitations?
On the projects I've directed with Castor and MJ our only limitation is our faith in the editor to make a quality video.
I've probably taken the topic too seriously... but I really get sick of all the divisions we have in society based on anything and everything that could possibly group us together.