NT -- the cold, masculine type...
I think for queer women it's a little different because there isn't as much of an internal cultural pressure to express yourself a certain way. In trad gay men's culture, you're definitely encouraged to be 'flamboyant, bitchy, etc.' so you would EXPRESS perhaps like an ESFP(?) even though that is not your actual type. For queer women, unless you are trying to be stone butch, you can pretty much express your personality/sexuality any way and still be validated in your homo-ness. Just from my own experience as someone invested in a a queer/women's community, queer women really run the full spectrum of personality type and expression and I would guess a type spread similar to their straight counterparts.
Also, if you are "making a point" or else feel a need to be acitivist about your identity, of course it'll change the way you express it and are perceived by others. Is there a type for "IN YOUR FACE!?!?"
I think for transgendered people (I'm thinking more M-to-F here), there is usually a desire but definitely external pressure to conform to or express traditionally 'masculine' or 'feminine' traits so that would encourage one to act more F or or more T depending on how you want to be perceived and especially to pass.