Originally Posted by sto_vo_kor_2000
No, they werent described as Cyborgs, but its not a semantics argument because they were depicted as cyborgs.
Well it is semantics because you're just arguing over definitions (which is what semantics is). Whether they're robots or cyborgs when they're actually classified as Transformers
and that doesn't change whether you think they are or aren't Cyborgs. For the record though they do fit the definition of a cyborg since the Terminator was a cyborg and had a similar make-up (robot underneath organic tissue). They also fit the definition of robot, but as I say, that's all kind of moot.
Either way you were incorrect when you claimed there was "NO EVIDENCE" that they reproduce sexually.
There is no evidence they reproduce sexually
(no evidence against it though). They've never delved into the "feminine" and "masculine" bot relations deep enough to know for sure whether there is a sexual component to it. There is evidence
they reproduce asexually
because that's precisely what they are depicted as doing in the above pictures.