lemons, I don't think that's true, maybe you are just not looking in the right places??
I work in a hi-tech company, and let me tell you, there are plenty of women who work here, and MOST are Ts!!!....(In the techie department of course )
Nope. If I meet a woman who can handle or even enjoy my bluntness and I find myself not having to censor what I say too much I’d guess they were a T, if I struggle with that, I’ll assume F. I don’t guess one way or the other without reason. No point making baseless assumptions.
Plus, maybe it's because I have known plenty of F men in my life, but I tend to look less at communication style and more at the motivation behind the communication, as I understand it. I don't find myself less likely to label men Fs.
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I had one of those moments the other day that made me realise I was maybe secretly kind of sexist (which I don't mean to be lol).
I had roughly typed a sister of mine as an ESFP, turns out she is an ESTP, so I wasn't far off the mark.
But it made me realise I was typing females as F whereas I was more willing to apply the T to a male.
The only time I would give a T to a woman was where she was blatanly colder than what I was used to, and my sister isn't. But now that I have typed her correctly I can clearly see the T in her and I am surprised I gave her an F.
Anyway has anyone ever found that they are quicker to roughly type a female as an F, or is it just me?
Actually I had the same thing - I originally thought my sis was F, but now I'm pretty sure she is T.
If I'm not sure, I guess F for females and T for males. Because, well. That's how the statistics lean. I've met a fair amount of ST girls, but none NT (That I know of). I've also met many ENFP's who insist they're T because they are "very logical."
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