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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Every type and gender has their hurdles to overcome, I'm not debating that.

    But if you look at societal norms, NT-type personality is more associated with "masculine thinking". Also, NTs put a great emphasis on self reliance, and women are more likely to be in a position where they have to rely on others than men.
    I agree conceptually with this, it's tougher for the reasons you suggest. Presentation also gets involved here, in terms of aesthetics versus functionality (where most NT women seem to lean towards functionality), and also in terms of following "social cues" -- they just don't care to play into the female social cues and might be perceived as more androgynous.

    Obviously individual preferences override any of the "general type preferences," but the tendencies are still there.

    Another irony: NT women who don't follow these standards tend to get lumped in with F's. The stereotype exists even on the other end, apparently.

    Cartoon ENFP females? You mean like Princess Ariel -- you think she's perceived as female?? Why on earth...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Cartoon ENFP females? You mean like Princess Ariel -- you think she's perceived as female?? Why on earth...?
    It's the bewbs that done it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WobblyStilettos View Post
    Good things:
    Having doors held open (I admit it, I love it I really do xD)
    Being able to buy pretty shoes/clothes/shiny objects
    Being able to go all squeaky and AWWW at kittens
    Girl's nights in
    Eating girly posh chocolates
    Being called 'Darling' by nice guys
    I'd say a thing or two about these, but I don't want to get banned from the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I'd say a thing or two about these, but I don't want to get banned from the thread.

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    One of the best parts about being a girl is being able to have babies.

    One of the worst parts is being insane.




    (I'm mostly kidding about the last part- for all you serious folks)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    One of the best parts about being a girl is being able to have babies.
    Good lord! For me that's one of the worse parts...to each her own, I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    That's what all guys say who can't get a date laid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Good lord! For me that's one of the worse parts...to each her own, I suppose.
    Really? Why is it bad to you? Just curious.

    I think it's a blessing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Really? Why is it bad to you? Just curious.

    I think it's a blessing.
    Because even if I wanted children (which I don't feel like I do now, though that may change in the future according to many babbling older women I know), the process of doing so is such an awful, disgusting burden. If some other gender were capable of doing it, I would pawn it off on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Really? Why is it bad to you? Just curious.

    I think it's a blessing.
    I have to agree with Orangey. It just sounds reeeaaally gross. I really don't want to have something enormous growing in side of me and making me sick and grouchy, and then the birth... -shudder-
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