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    ^ Thank you, Captain Obvious.


    btw, the biggest differences are mainly just functions of societal gender role expectations. Male Fs and female Ts have the hardest time. Male Fs will sometimes exaggerate their manliness or prowess in order to compensate for insecurity about not naturally fitting into stereotypical "tough guy" gender roles. Female Ts (especially ExTx females) often have trouble fitting into that traditional "supportive and submissive emotional caregiver" role.

    Other than that, though, there really aren't that many differences motivated by gender. Psychological type is a much bigger understanding barrier than gender, in most cases.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    ^ Thank you, Captain Obvious..
    No problem Private Pyle.

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