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This is a discussion on XXTX (Thinking based) females within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; In the INTJ section, under topic: Rarity of INTJ females a point was made about having issues as an INTJ ...

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    Unknown Personality

    XXTX (Thinking based) females

    In the INTJ section, under topic: Rarity of INTJ females a point was made about having issues as an INTJ female connecting to other females.

    I have noticed as I have gotten older (and I seem to be older than a lot of the college age posters *well late teens thru 20's* on this board) that most of the females I truly can bond with are also T's.

    It has never mattered any of their other prefrences as long as the T was there.

    **(makes me wonder about personal relationship quality also for a T female, who do we better relate with that is the opposite sex for both intimate and platonic relationships as a whole?)



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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I can sort of relate; I have a really hard time bonding with females too. Most of the ones I know are too obsessed with boys, romance, clothes, material goods, and various other things of a Feeling or Sensing nature.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by MyLittleBlackHeart View Post

    **(makes me wonder about personal relationship quality also for a T female, who do we better relate with that is the opposite sex for both intimate and platonic relationships as a whole?)
    STs: no real issues for for me. I have always been a tomboy and got along swimmingly with the other girls on my teams who were primarily STs. I'd talk "jock" stuff with them

    The majority of NFs and SFs I've met I've been on good terms with. They generally like my quirky kookiness. Also many of them have been nice enough throughout the years to teach me how to dress. Oh yeah, they also seem to appreciate the romance advice I give them because they tend to believe I "think like a man". Sometimes they can be overly concerned with things I don't quite understand the importance of (ie Gucci vs Ferragamo bag, Onyx vs Midnight in nail polish shades) but I get through those moments by pretending as if I'm an alien from another world doing a report on feminine rituals.If these women ask my advice on any of these things, I usually just respond "I'm a simple cave girl and not accustomed to your ways" or some variation of that. I've always gotten the impression that many of them see me as something of a likeable lab project or secretly wonder if I was locked in a closet for years as a child and that's why I just don't instinctively know that you shouldn't wear an orange belt with a red dress.

    NTs: I love my NT sisters I tend to get along great with them. Not only can we be ourselves but I also give some of them the benefit of what I learn from the NFs and SFs because one of the complaints we NT women seem to have is that guys sometimes find us too masculine.

    I think I sort of learned to get along with girls better because I went to single sexed schools until the end of my undergraduate career and although there were boys at my part time jobs and in some of my undergrad classes (there was a nearby "brother" college), 90% of the people I was meeting until I graduated were female..

    Now that I've been out in the world, in the work place I tend to gravitate more to the male coworkers than the female ones unless I can be sure they are cool. I hate hate getting involved in interoffice gossip, back stabbing or politics and everywhere I've worked it's been women who are the ringleaders of that behavior, even in offices were women were the majority.

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    Unknown Personality

    Let's see, my best chick friend is an ENFP; and my guys are xSTPs. Nope. The T or F doesn't matter for me, as long as the girl is not a girly girly girl, because honestly, I would not know what the Hell to talk about with those. It would end up in small-talk only, and everybody knows I hate that stuff (even just out of politeness. I'd rather say nothing than fake to be interested).
    However, probably most (not all) ungirly girls are Ts, which could explain why we seem to get along with them well. But that's just an idea.

    My ENFP sure is everything but a girly girl. People even call her Sir.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I have a reaalllyyy hard time getting on with girls who are EXFX, especially. Introverted feelers I can work with, because chances are if they do want to talk about their feelings, they don't expect me to talk back.

    But, agreed, most of my female friends are T's. The girl AND guy friends I have who are F's irritate/exasperate me sometimes. My mother is an F, and I've always had issues with inadvertently offending her.

    I dunno, sometimes I have a difficult time identifying myself as an INTJ. I like people in general. I mean, I've been trying to make myself like people since I first realized 2-3 years ago that I usually didn't. But now, as long as I try, I can get along with almost anyone. T's are just easier... they don't expect anything from me I can't give, for the most part.

    My BFF is a fellow INTJ =)

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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    I get along swimmingly with both T and F females. I can understand where the Fs are coming from even if I don't agree with them on certain or would do something differently myself. It's all about understanding. That being said, I suppose I gravitate towards Ts when I need someone to help me reason out a problem, but at the same time Fs provide a different outlook. So I guess I rely on them both equally.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    I relate better to T men and women, but to be honest, sometimes I'm caught off-guard by T women. They make me see how I am viewed by others.

    I find that feelers, both men and women, are drawn to me but I don't think I'm drawn to them in return. Maybe it's because I am willing to listen to their problems (to a point) and will give them a truthful and objective answer--a lot of my F friends talk to me first about their problems and I am surprised by this.

    I find that I have better connections with Thinkers, but the older I get the more I realize how useful Feelers can be. They can make me crazy at the same time--I'm sure I do the same to them.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I like T females. I was raised by one.

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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    Quote Originally Posted by entpreter View Post
    I relate better to T men and women, but to be honest, sometimes I'm caught off-guard by T women. They make me see how I am viewed by others.

    I find that feelers, both men and women, are drawn to me but I don't think I'm drawn to them in return. Maybe it's because I am willing to listen to their problems (to a point) and will give them a truthful and objective answer--a lot of my F friends talk to me first about their problems and I am surprised by this.

    I find that I have better connections with Thinkers, but the older I get the more I realize how useful Feelers can be. They can make me crazy at the same time--I'm sure I do the same to them.
    I've noticed this too. My friends seem to unload some serious stuff on me that they wouldn't tell our other friends. I don't even have to say anything back. They just like that I listen.


 

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