^ Naw. But that is what I think whenever I read posts that look for females only.
Yes, I'm a male. Yes, I roleplay males... and females. I roleplay young and old people; I roleplay PG, child friendly stuff and I roleplay deep into the other spectrum. In case you were wondering. Thus, I don't particularly care where on that spectrum you are - as long as you can roleplay. If we can settle that, I'm sure we could settle just about everything else, eh?
I will say, you will most likely not find me roleplaying trans characters or others that splice sexes together, and MxM romantic combinations don't do anything for me. Sorry.
Posting activity varies. On a very good streak, I can do it multiple times a day. On a less good streak, daily. On a normal streak? A few times a week. Bad would be once a week, but bad has happened, and it likely will happen in the coming month when I need to take care of a few things of note.
Post lengths for me range from ~150 words in heavy dialogue or not having much to say to ~400 words in "long" posts. Average is 250-350 based on two roleplays I've been involved in recently. Intros range from the aforementioned long post length to just shy of 1000 words, depending on how much I have to say. Longer ends come from my starting introductions. If I compile my text into solid structure paragraphs, I'd say about 1-3 paragraphs would be my norm. I do make use of new lines fairly often, especially in dialogue scenarios.
I have many characters that dwindle into lack of use, doomed to die of owner-induced old age without an external interaction and sometimes without a story to remember their names by. If you want to make use of one of them (typically set in my old fantasy canon or general sci-fi canon) you can poke about them directly.
I do not believe in restarting a character for every roleplay or scenario, and my plots are continuous - even if I must adapt the plot to be more general and count as experiences. Yes, I do that character development thing; everything that is done contributes to the characters I make, including their presentation in the future. I do make new characters, and have some adaptable ones for multiple context. Yet I won't take one character from, say, Star Wars and throw him into a Starcraft context and completely change the core of the character to fit the new context.