I agree. I don't understand why they used the terminology of having a predominantly male or female brain. There may be differences seen between the sexes but just because you have a brain similar to most men does not make you a man...so yeah, some better wording would be nice. =)
When someone doesn't fit the stereotype I always take it neutrally, or I use it to realize that no stereotype is 100% accurate 100% of the time. Just be yourself; thats all you can be right?
Also, on the note of being "special" because you are different... I don't like to think that way. We all have traits that set us apart from others. Even with MBTI claiming that INFjs/INTJs are the rarest type, I don't think you should feel special because of it. Every single human being is special because they are alive, its as simple as that.