I know this may sound odd and maybe even controversial to ask you this question, but how come most of the fans who drew the Loud House are primarily males, and yet when you compare the fans who are in toon more into Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, Undertale, Cuphead and even freakin Rick and Morty and Borderlands. The fanarts is mostly drawn by female and diverse artists.
Don't get me wrong, I see so many men are into My Little Pony, Steven Universe, Star vs the Forces of Evil for example and I can tolerate that, and there's nothing wrong here. However when it comes to the Loud House especially with the fandom, something telling me it shouldn't deserve to be praised, and this is gonna be deep just to warn you.
Like honestly I tried my best to praise the show, I really do, but the more I watch, especially in the first, second, and even the third (fucking!!) season, the more I despised toward the show itself, especially with these characters and lesson of the story. The show contains a male protag dealing with bland cliche unlikable sisters with no personality. The show itself is too offensive, immature and just like downright unfunny potty and fart humour. I guess most younger male audiences would understand this kind of joke. However, if you add more pretty looking but yet totally cliche female characters, the show can also attract a slightly older male audience, making the whole fandom more masculine then anyother fandoms. Which it got me so furious about the lack of diversity this fandom gets. Again this is just my speculation. Sure, they are female and LGBTQ who participate in the fandom but there just a small minority. All the rest are just being Boi's looking and create for more "explicit" reasons.