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This is a discussion on female intp here - mbti type and gender expectation within the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects forums, part of the Keirsey Temperament Forums category; I find gender topics dull and uninteresting. I think I act like an INTP and am biologically a female. I ...

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    I find gender topics dull and uninteresting. I think I act like an INTP and am biologically a female. I wasn't raised in a country or time period when expectations between the genders were vastly different. I don't think anybody really cares that much if I prefer a brick or a doll. I don't believe that every girl will pick the doll. That's a generalization. Certainly more women are Feelers and men Thinkers, but some of us are oddballs.

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    I do think there's a correlation, but not because females are truly feelers and males are truly thinkers...Society encourages women to be caring, whereas men are encouraged to be rational. So yeah, gender roles can definitely biase your mbti type if you are not being honest with yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superloco3000 View Post
    I think that intp females are the most prone to say go fuck urself with yours gender evolutions and expectations , what do i know any way im an idiot.
    I’m pretty sure this is some Awesome humour, but to be on the safe side...
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexual_dimorphism


     
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