I would say it is probably true that in general each gender has typical manifestations of type, but that they are not unique to the gender. By which I mean, that gender indicates an MBTI preference but doesn't change the way it manifests. So, females will more often be 'F' but it doesnt enforce any F tendencies on a female T - just that the female T is statistically less likely.
It's worth noting, at this point, that male and female are typically dominant and submissive in a relationship, but not always. Most pairings have one or the other (to use lesbian terminology - which is instructive at this point - a butch and a femme). Most of you will be able to identify relationships, if you think carefully, where the butch and the femme are not male female, but are indeed female and male. I think MBTI is like this.