You know, there's another thread that cites an article (written by a man) where one of the main points is that, supposedly, women need entertainment, and they'll do whatever they have to do (emotional manipulation, cheating on their spouse) to get it. I find that male paranoia similar to the things that JJJ has been saying - i.e. a big claim full of suspicion with hardly any evidence to support it. Sure, you know a few women who brag about fake crying to get (out of doing) things. Before saying that, therefore, a large percentage of women do this, there are other things to take into consideration. Do you think where you live has anything to do with it? All the women who have told you that they fake cried to get something - would you say that they're manipulative people in general? Do you think some of them may have been lying, to impress you?
To answer your question, fidelia - I don't know if type has much to do with which women will do this sort of thing (although I'll bet that unhealthy ESFPs have an advantage). There are so many other factors, you know? HOWEVER, I'll bet that NTs are the most likely to be paranoid about crying as manipulation, because they don't relate to crying in many circumstances.