When I asked about the time zone, I meant that literally. Whether or not those other examples are sexist is not relevant. The character was established, popular, and so adapted to the Voyager storyline. Since Voyager had a Borg main character, it made sense to bring her back. Perhaps the upcoming Voyager reboot should introduce a Borg king to quell this new criticism. There's a reasonable answer to all this that is readily available: Villains who happen to be female are not examples of sexism(or misogyny). This is the kind of thing that makes words like sexist lose all meaning. The Borg Queen is some sort of protocol for the Borg who is assembled when a nonborg person is interacting with them. It seems she can be assembled anywhere, since she is destroyed in all 4 appearances(actually 5, if you include BoBW). If anything it is the Borg Queen who is asexual.