All of this may very well be true, but I'm still waiting to hear about why the two quoted posts don't mean the same thing. I'm sure your reading comprehension is terrific; in this case it looks like you either didn't bother to read my earlier post, or imagined implications in it that weren't really there.
Just to be clear: I did not say or imply that F women can't use Thinking, nor did I say or imply that a majority of F women don't try to use Thinking. Please, read Nolla's post here and it should be evident from context that we were discussing societal expectations of gender roles.
In fact my intention was to agree that gender may play a bigger role in this than Fi/Ti, or at least a very significant one, in terms of the way society perceives these behaviors.