This is a discussion on Are female ENTPs generally less witty and more shy than male ENTPs? within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by AloneMusk Okay, this sounds more sexist than I thought it would, but it's not intended to be, ...
A lot of the behaviours that comprise the ENTP brand of charisma come across as witty, assertive and funny in men, but are seen as bitchy, stuck-up and vulgar in women.
Anonymously online I'm seen as hilarious. I make memes on hugelol, reddit & closed Facebook meme groups. These groups/pages aren't aware of my gender. I've seen people I actually know reusing or sending my memes because they're funny.
I have noticed that people are less likely to respond to my jokes and comments (on average) in person. Do I magically become less witty or funny? I don't think I do.
So it seems likely there's something else at play like oh I don't know: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...M-pKCJmMwHGwAf
1900s: women should not have a voice!
1920s women fighting for rights: fuck this noise & come at me bro:
People bring up size differences a lot, but in certain fighting styles it really doesn't matter.
2.) Isn't that just kind of an entp thing across the board?
Do all women? No of course not, but the question was type specific.
Anyone used to fight will probably overpower someone who's not as much used to fight.
Whatever, I can see how almost all women have an inferiority complex and insecurities when it comes to compete with men or being left to their own devices. Never feeling safe on their own. And I'll blame how female solidarity works. Since it works on the assumption that women can only win by outnumbering a man, and need comfort when they fail, which actually rewards the brain for having failed. It's a very pernicious system which is all about not trying too hard to defy the authority or some shit like that.
Evolution-wise it makes sense that mammals come up with a system to limit the aggressiveness of females and select/condition them to comfort the weak. But holy shit. That's some very primitive way to limit parenting failures and it's time to move on.
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Had once a meeting (was doing Muay Thai) but we ended up with a military instructor of Grav Maga (like a real badass) because the club arranged this as a team event. Questions were asked around knife attacks. He learned us (a possibly valuable lesson I wish to never see). From our group there were a few people who have MMA training, few Muay Thai & kickboxers and some who were also in service in the army. We were there with our training club. He asked: "who feels confident to defend themselves from a knife attack"?
A few put their hands up. He said if it was okay to give a demonstration. He would come at you and you would show him your defense. So most accepted and everyone showed some cool techniques etc. After that, he showed us some techniques of his own. Then at the end, he said "now this is all fun and games and stuff... But this is not what happens in reality... Who thinks they can defend from a real knife attack?"... P.S. He had a fake knife that would bend.
So there was another demonstration but instead of coming at them with an attempt to cut them 1 time. He ran up and went fully "ballistic" stabbing everything he could as fast as he could. Not a single person was able to defend himself and everyone would have died there if the knife was real. He said afterward if someone has a knife and wants you dead then you are dead (period). Do not provocate. Do not think you are safe. If you can get away with your life then you have won. It's only to increase your chances that they train you.
So idk.. He showed us ways to disengage also (which apparently was also a part of Grav Maga). So I guess there are some things that help? I also think there is a big difference between getting trained by such a guy (who has real life combat experience) and some old fat guy at the gym. It also really depends on what you are doing and what you are up against. Boxing can help with "regular" idiots. MMA even better. The more you do it the slower (and weaker) their punches become. But what if they have a baseball bat? What if they have a knife? What if...
There's a big difference between sports and self-defense. And there's only so much training can do I guess.