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    YES I KNOW. IT'S A COMPARISON. INTUITIVE MUCH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    YES I KNOW. IT'S A COMPARISON. INTUITIVE MUCH?
    There has been enough derail here already. I think it is time to get this thread back on track. Comparisons are fine. But describing a T woman with the use of a F woman is kinda like describing a woman by using a man. Some may be offended.

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    You can do better then these fluffy comments. Give it a shot, let's see what you got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    There has been enough derail here already. I think it is time to get this thread back on track. Comparisons are fine. But describing a T woman with the use of a F woman is kinda like describing a woman by using a man. Some may be offended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    That's not what I meant. What I meant was that it is laughable that they(bad people) claim female Ts are Fish due to nurture. Sounds like a Fish thing to say.
    Them bad people have a lot to answer for.

    Also, WTF ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    Them bad people have a lot to answer for.

    Also, WTF ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT???
    Humour is healthy, isn't it? One can decide if one wants to answer, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    This is not about F women. It's about T women and how they tend to be labelled F due to bias.
    You're kidding, right? Maybe you should rewrite the OP, then, if that was supposed to be your angle on things.
    A different OP, and this thread might not have ended up in Fluff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    You're kidding, right? Maybe you should rewrite the OP, then, if that was supposed to be your angle on things.
    A different OP, and this thread might not have ended up in Fluff.
    I found the need to add context as it was moved. And so I did. I had not planned to participate in the discussion. Only in need.

    Now it's all good again, and on the right path. Please continue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    I think it is time to get this thread back on track. Comparisons are fine. But describing a T woman with the use of a F woman is kinda like describing a woman by using a man.
    I'm not offended, but thats absolutely absurd. Its horrible logic.

    I don't know where you gathered your information.

    So, Why do some T women have a developed Fi or Fe function? How did they learn? I'm interested in knowing how a Fi or Fe occurs if its not cultivated through experiences, consequence from self-chosen decisions, and the influences of others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    Now it's all good again, and on the right path.
    It is? I'm not sure why you opened a thread you weren't going to contribute much to.

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    So, Why do some T women have a developed Fi or Fe function? How did they learn? I'm interested in knowing how a Fi or Fe occurs if its not cultivated through experiences, consequence from self-chosen decisions, and the influences of others.
    That's a worthwhile question, but I'm not sure how we'd get to an answer... or basically, the most rational general answer (for all practical purposes) is actually what you just stated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    but thats absolutely absurd. Its horrible logic.
    What is absurd?
    So, Why do some T women have a developed Fi or Fe function? How did they learn? I'm interested in knowing how a Fi or Fe occurs if its not cultivated through experiences, consequence from self-chosen decisions, and the influences of others.
    It's all learned. Do you believe that T is some inherent god given male quality?
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    It is?
    Indeed.

    I'm not sure why you opened a thread you weren't going to contribute much to.
    I didn't know if my participation was needed. And if it had not been moved I would not have participated. As it was I had to interfere. It was getting out of hand.

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