I know usually gender neutral/genderless dolls tend to be tinies, but I know on occasion they have been made in larger sizes as well. When it comes to tinies, I know they are usually made this way so they can represent either a boy or a girl depending on the owner's preferences and they are often made to resemble children who tend to be fairly androgynous. When it comes to older looking sculpts however, I've noticed that most genderless dolls are kept that way to reflect a character who is also genderless. Personally, I've never wanted a gender neutral doll for myself. But I find myself considering a body that is marketed as a girl, but the sculpt itself seems fairly gender neutral (the Island Doll Wind Girl Body), and I'm trying to think to myself...could I turn it into a boy? Or will it bother me knowing that the character is a cis male and the doll doesn't match perfectly? What do you think? Is this the type of thing that would be a dealbreaker for you? Or perhaps not?