I was reading Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus recently...I don't agree with everything in it, and I could see some people finding it old-fashioned, but I think there are a lot of very valid points and good advice.
It often seems to me that in MBTI discussions we are giving all the weight to type and very little to gender. Should we be giving gender differences more credit? ie. is it just "T" men who are likely to "go into their caves" or does that apply to all men, more than to women, regardless of type...?
What does everyone think? I'm not sure how I feel about this, but I have a hunch that gender differences (whether by nature or nurture) should play a bit more of a role in these discussions than they often do. It often seems that occasionally people will say "or maybe it's just because he's a guy and I'm a girl, haha" but not much more than that...
I suspect there may have been discussions along this line already - please feel free to direct me if an interesting thread already exists.