I don't plan which sex the people I use as examples will be when I write astrology articles. Sagittarius is a Fire sign, and old fashioned astrologers would have considered Sag a masculine sign. Which doesn't mean the traits change at all for women, they are the same regardless of gender. I actually only used "he" in the first paragraph, and it was not sexed at all in the rest of the article, if you read farther than that.. As far as the photo, the site told me I used certain astrology photos too many times, so the photo was made for me, and has little to do with the article except to look nice. A friend made the pictures for all 12 zodiac signs for me, based on what one of my sons looked like when he was young. He has three planets in Sag, so I used it. There is no special meaning in what I did. I don't use much "he' and "she" unless I have to use real people as examples. Check out my descriptions of Venus and Mars here: https://hubpages.com/astrology/What-Does-Each-Plan... I have many queer clients, but don't intend to drop pronouns completely, if that's where you are going with this question.