Yeah I think I prefer bro style of friends more too. I like trading insults for fun, I like going and doing activities, I don't like talking about emotions, I like pranks. I had to be a part of a small group of women that was a very stereotypically "girlfriends" dynamic and it was soooo boring. All the constant relationships talk, not place for jokes that were actually funny and the constant chorus of "I love your outfit/hair/nails/ect. So pretty!". Nice the first time but after a while it just seems like something they just say and I wonder why it matters so much. (I didn't get many of those though because there were very sorority style and I was more.........grungy?)
But I don;t see that as a clear cut gender line. I have a male INFP friend who basically wants to operate like a girlfriend. Me and his wife are BFFs and have a very bro dynamic and he has a habit of getting his feelings hurt because he doesn't understand that our "insults" are a veiled way of saying "You are my friend and I value you deeply". He feels rebuffed when I don't want to share emotionally with him.