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    Quote Originally Posted by SecondBest View Post
    They definitely exist. I have a tough time getting along with ENTJs, though the INTJs and INTPs I tend to get along with pretty well.

    A good example of a strong ENTJ - Rosie O'Donnell. :steam:
    I think she's actually entp. Remember that Harriet the Spy film? Flooded with 'em.

    entjs of both genders can be found on CNBC, or any business/sports network.

    In general, nt women are everywhere, as long as you make it a priority to ignore the rest.

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    INTx's are usually M.I.A. from my observances, so they're hard to find anyway.
    My INTP friend frequently disappeared for extended amounts of time, she'd be sleeping outside, or else with a boy. Either way, NT females don't come off NT if you don't know them well enough, for the most part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenParker View Post
    But I still have yet to meet in person a single woman ENTJ, INTJ or INTP.
    I'm an INTJ woman . . . but I'm not single.

    I recently found out that a smart but shy daughter of a friend of mine's is INTP. From what I can tell, you won't find us giving Tupperware parties, but if you find a girl who builds websites, she might be one.

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    Yes, we exist. You'll find some of us in business, most often in leadership or management roles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenParker View Post
    I've been into typology for a while now and I've pretty much got someone in mind that represents both genders for almost every one of the 16 types. But I still have yet to meet in person a single woman ENTJ, INTJ or INTP.

    What gives? Do they exist? Are they a mythical creature we've only read about in theory? And how do I spot one? Are they a rare pokemon?
    Yes, we are rare pokemons. I sometimes take the form of Clefairy.

    And we are theoretical creatures also, all about theories.

    You can find us
    -sitting in front of our computers, analyzing/organizing/idea-constructing the bits out of things like typologycentral
    -at the library, for obvious reasons
    -sitting quietly at a bench at the park, either with a spaced-out stare or a critical glare
    -Anime/comic/tech conventions
    ...
    ...

    Anyway, good luck

    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    NT females don't come off NT if you don't know them well enough, for the most part.
    Also, this. Makes things a little tricky...
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    We definitely do exist

    ^ I think the N ameliorates the T to a large extent and provides a pseudo F function - or at least it seems to with me - not certain how other people fare - but despite being a borderline I/E with a slight preference for I, I have a very strong Fi.
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    My mother is an ENTJ.

    Shes quite the assertive/dominant (frightening) woman.
    “Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    While undoubtedly there are archetypical female nts, I assure you there are a large number of nt girls who had models of stereotypical f women growing up and who quickly learned to adapt to the system.
    this is true, as this is true for me. I am now somewhat maladapted as a result. Especially being from, and still living in, the south, with all its gushing "oh hun-nay, dahlin'. How is that luv-leh muhtha of yaws?"

    me: "I don't know. Call her and ask her."
    "x is/is not free from y to do/not to do or become/not become z."

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    As someone said, I suspect NT women are often tricky to pinpoint because they're not likely to show their true colors so much as to blatantly give themselves away as NTs. The one girl who I know for sure is an NT did not seem like an NT when I first met her... Maybe females in general don't appear to be "T" types, although part me of me suspects that that's just due to our own (or maybe just my own) socialized prejudices being projected onto females...

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    I am almost certain my mother is an ENTJ..
    Because of her, I can recognize female ENTJs pretty quickly..

    She's got serious trust issues and is the family scapegoat because of her brashness, unfortunately. =/
    I don't know what it's like to have a feminine feelery mom.

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