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This is a discussion on Do ENTP men become submissive to ENTJ women? within the ENTJ Forum - The Executives forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; I would not be very turned on by a guy that would let me dominate him. A man that could ...

  1. #11
    ENFJ

    I would not be very turned on by a guy that would let me dominate him.

    A man that could tame me--that would be intriguing. I instinctively resist authority but part of me wants it.

    I find passiveness and submission by males to be kind of weak. I don't want to dominate or be dominated. I want a partner and I don't mind deferring when it is appropriate.
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    ENFJ

    Quote Originally Posted by Negotiator View Post
    I've only ever witnessed an ENTP-ENTP friendship and she hated him. During lunches she'd entertain me doing his waddle, and said he was so self-absorbed.

    For some reason, he tried to date me. This was during my alpha males dating phase, and he said he was a beta male so I assumed he knew he wasn't my type. Added to that I had been passing around pictures of the guy I was seeing - obviously I wouldn't do that if I was into him.

    Later he proposed drinks and after hearing I was seeing some other guy, he cancelled, and this confused the hell outta me. In what universe was I available to him exactly? He kept stalking me for a bit after that.

    So I guess you could say that the ENTP's behavior to this NTJ was submissive, but in his mind, he probably thought he was taking charge.
    This is hilarious

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    Quote Originally Posted by HGy View Post
    This is hilarious
    It gets better. ENTP was renting a room from other ENTP, and when he moved out they inspected the bed and something was leaking. ENTP freaked out to the max and told everyone other ENTP had pissed in the bed. I said he just looks like a sweaty guy, but she said it was enough liquid for her to conclude he couldn't control his bladder.

    Meanwhile, I was busy with that ESTP alpha male (sorry ENTP, I have a weakness for ESTPs). One time I decided to experiment and asked him how he felt. He literally said "I just ate, so I feel warm." ...Was not ready for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Negotiator View Post
    It gets better. ENTP was renting a room from other ENTP, and when he moved out they inspected the bed and something was leaking. ENTP freaked out to the max and told everyone other ENTP had pissed in the bed. I said he just looks like a sweaty guy, but she said it was enough liquid for her to conclude he couldn't control his bladder.

    Meanwhile, I was busy with that ESTP alpha male (sorry ENTP, I have a weakness for ESTPs). One time I decided to experiment and asked him how he felt. He literally said "I just ate, so I feel warm." ...Was not ready for that.
    Wtf. Are you still friends with bed wetting guy? Are you sure he wasn't just sleeping with a squirter?

  5. #15

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobyscoob View Post
    Wtf. Are you still friends with bed wetting guy? Are you sure he wasn't just sleeping with a squirter?
    After me he tried to get with another of ENTP's friends, and no luck again. If only ENTP-ENTP went for each other, they shoulda realized they coulda had a lotta fun lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Negotiator View Post
    After me he tried to get with another of ENTP's friends, and no luck again. If only ENTP-ENTP went for each other, they shoulda realized they coulda had a lotta fun lol.
    So he was single at the time and likely wasn't sleeping with a squirter. Because I'm just saying, some women are like fountains down there.

    I mean, I don't want to say anything too graphic in the ENTJ forum, but I have stories of some women who you could call Old Faithful at Yellowstone. o_o

     


    :p

  7. #17
    ENTP - The Visionaries

    This is a really interesting question to me because I am an ENTP chap that split up fairly recently with an ENTJ lady that I dated for about 2.5 years.

    Our main common thing together was our respective children. our taste for 90s grunge and that we both enjoyed music and had presented shows on local radios over the years. Otherwise as time went on I realised we had less and less in common. Mostly this was around the fact that we were both very logic driven but often that logic wouldn't align. Our tastes in thing were totally discreet and toleration for anything that wasn't in the "tick boxed of stuff we each liked" was very low.

    I would have been happy to take a submissive role in the relationship if that role had meant that I was included in the decision making process for things. Unfortunately what you realise with an ENTJ is that decisions are made and final before they are discussed, and so this was never going to be a good position.

    It is a deep shame because for much of the relationship I did actually love her and she loved me.

    The ENTJ is always going to dominate and therefore they would have to be able to sufficiently understand and acknowledge an ENTP in their processes as a submissive visionary is a challenging spot to remain happy in.

    I don't know if this was specific to the person or the type, but it seems to me that ENTJs can be very easily offended by alternative views on things, which is obviously part of the process required to promote learning and healthy understanding in an ENTP.

    Hope this helps.
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