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    ✿ڿڰۣஇღ♥ wut ♥ღஇڿڰۣ✿ digesthisickness's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    A female who has been around for that long would be more personal/nel and would have a larger friend network. And would definitely be friendlier.
    what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Knock it off, Curzon.
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    @Curzon

    I think I'm friendly. I posted a friendly reply to your rep in your profile but you deleted it. Maybe my perception of what is friendly is different than yours.

    As for the friends thing. I have had some incredible relationships with members on this forum, but the friend function is a little silly. If you use it seriously (by only adding true friends), you will be hurting people's feelings, but if you let everyone be your friend, it's function is superfluous.

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    I think a lot of the more outspoken T women tend be thought of as male. I have actually spent some time thinking about it though because I'm not really sure what projects femaleness if you are not a terribly girly girl person. Perhaps it is partially directness, and in some cases a limited amount of disclosure about personal stuff (males tend to more often relate by doing stuff together rather than disclosing details about themselves to build trust). Those are stereotypes, but I think they may be contributing factors.

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    Heh... most people on here seem to think I'm a guy.

    They're correct, of course... just clearing that up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Heh... most people on here seem to think I'm a guy.

    They're correct, of course... just clearing that up...
    no....you are a mouse....not a guy.....mice do not have genders, they just are.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    what?
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    @Curzon

    I think I'm friendly. I posted a friendly reply to your rep in your profile but you deleted it. Maybe my perception of what is friendly is different than yours.

    As for the friends thing. I have had some incredible relationships with members on this forum, but the friend function is a little silly. If you use it seriously (by only adding true friends), you will be hurting people's feelings, but if you let everyone be your friend, it's function is superfluous.
    I am not talking about the friend function.

    Just saying. They were my observations. What I felt about your gender. In your case it was completely off. *Shrugs*

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    no....you are a mouse....not a guy.....mice do not have genders, they just are.
    for some reason that made me cackle insanely!

    but yes... for some reason arguing with people, being blunt and having manly avatars makes people think that a poster is male...

    I've had problems with people mistaking my gender when I've had androgynous avatars and almost anyone who doesn't know me or wander into the S&M subforum seems to mistake me for a guy when I have a male avatar... which is silly, because I always have thought that I'm rather girly

    apparently this is not true though!
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    Maybe your type 1 personal qualities make people think you're a dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    I get that ALL the time all on forums.....

    or people associate me with dudes ( look at " who/wat this person is associated with" thread)

    I don't mind, I think its funny.



    edit:

    thanks to my avatar/description, this rarely occurs now.

    I even had " I'm not a dude" in my sig once. lol

    Yeah, umm... Until your rep comment I just assumed you were a dude. I guess my little brain would rather assume that a guy would have a sig about purring which he decided to color sky-blue and pink (yes I actually read it and continued to assume you were a dude without even a thought), than register that there could be a female ENTJ/INTJ on TypoC. C'est la vie.
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