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In the Name of God بسم الله
You say He He He He.... Yet the Final Prophet Muhammad (عليه السلام) left behind only a Daughter and from her (Fatima AS), his bloodline continues till this day. There is hikmah that all Prophets were Males. One reason could be that they had to teach the people of their times and have to be a renowned public figure so for that purpose a male is preferred as a male is more available/reachable/approachable. Another reason which comes to my mind is that one of the important messages of Prophets was to be modest. To cover themselves/hijab/modesty. So it would not be right for a female Prophet to give message about covering/modesty/hijab while at the same time being a public figure and being right at the centre of public. As people would question her, that if you are giving message and lecture about covering yourself, hijab and not communicating with non-mahram so then why are you in the middle of public and interacting with non-mahrams. A male is better suited to convey the message of covering, hijab, non-interaction with non-mahram. I am sure there would be many more reasons and hikmah that all Prophets, Imams and Caliphs were males. Allah knows best.