Because weren't they all cloned off the same guy?
Last week one of the stations was showing the original Star Wars (I still refuse to call it "Star War IV: A New Hope") and not a single female member of the Empire. Couldn't see any of the Storm Troopers faces so you couldn't see if they had the same face or not but I'm about 80% sure that it is covered in the books & comics that came out before the new trilogy (and are considered canon) that the Troopers had started as a clone army but over time were supplanted by non-clones. This would make sense with SW III in that the Empire was born out of the federation of planets and thus their existing standing armies were absorbed.Very possible...it's been a while since I've seen the three original films.
You're are correct; most likely in reality (did I just write in "reality" in regards to SW? ) there'd be a standard, or close to standard, template for armor regardless of the gender of the trooper. Guess I got used to seeing some of the female cosplay troopers.... besides how would you really know I mean unless they are built like pam anderson the armour would make it tough to tell thats just my guess.
Wow, I don't recall that at all from ESB! Thanks for the heads up, I think I'll give ESB another watch on Netflix and keep an eye out for that scene.there were other females in ESB there was the rebel officer who ordered the ion cannon to be fired there was also a couple on Bespin who were women one was credited also Zuckuss and E-3PO were both played by Cathy Munro I believe that they were the only ones in the movie.