I'd say it's actually more complex than T=masculine and F=feminine. It's actually much more insideous... Fe is "feminine," Te is "masculine." Fi and Ti aren't really part of the equation. What counts is how typically Te or Fe you look, usually. Depending on function development, an FP can seem masculine because of Te, and a TP can look feminine because of Fe. But the opposite also happens, where the Extraverted version of whatever function they actually prefer comes through.
There are of course complexities resulting where a person has learned to "dress up" another function (sometimes even Te or Fe itself) to look more like Te or Fe due to external pressures. It's really not as simple as it seems. Then again, few things are.