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BMO will sometimes play pretend games in which it assumes a gender-specific role, such as calling itself a "little living boy" in "Five Short Graybles" and having its mirrored persona, Football, claim that it was "a real baby girl" in "Five More Short Graybles." Throughout the episode "BMO Noire" BMO role-plays as a hard-boiled, male detective; though it is to note the title of the episode treats "BMO" as a feminine noun by using "noire" instead of "noir."
In "Fionna and Cake," BMO is briefly seen in the tree house with no noticeable differences in design (aside from its controller), as opposed to the other characters who have all been gender-swapped, thus supporting that BMO has no gender.
In "James Baxter the Horse," BMO sings "BMO's Pregnant Song," which supports the idea that BMO is a female. However, it is fair to say that BMO is neither unambiguously male nor unambiguously female.
(I'll use 'he' for this. it doesn't seem right to call BMO an 'it')BMO is a robot, and therefore has no gender. However he takes cues from the human world around him. Cues from both genders, becoming a mosh pit of both genders