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  • I am male. I prefer to be male.

    17 39.53%
  • I am intersexed. I prefer to be intersexed.

    0 0%
  • I am female. I prefer to be female.

    19 44.19%
  • I am male. I'd prefer to be intersexed.

    1 2.33%
  • I am intersexed. I'd prefer to be female.

    0 0%
  • I am female. I'd prefer to be male.

    3 6.98%
  • I am male. I'd prefer to be female.

    1 2.33%
  • I am intersexed. I'd prefer to be male.

    1 2.33%
  • I am female. I'd prefer to be intersexed.

    1 2.33%
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Thread: Man or Woman?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    What defines the "normal range" of feminine behavior? How does one tell if something is outside that range? I would suspect significant overlap between "normal feminine" and "normal masculine", as well as considerable individual variation.
    You're not wrong -- there's definitely some overlap and ambiguity there, and sometimes it's more a sense of underlying patterns being different without easily being able to articulate specific differences -- but I was only taking this conversation to the level of granularity of the person I was responding to, if you look back (and I was on cell phone, typing with one finger, ha ha).

    To truly address the question would mean a really detailed discussion.
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    Well...I'm a female. I wish gender didn't really matter in actuality. But if I were to choose... I'd want to be male. Being an ENTJ...I have always wanted to be the best at everything...I'm all about it. I feel like I could have developed strengths more being male...either way both genders have social expectations that I hate. But I would be able to ignore my feelings and up until the past two years...I didn't like weak people or the idea of being weak at all...so I think I was supposed to be a male...I would fit better into this world...But the funny part is that I would want to be a male ESFP...which are in my experience one of the most feminine types, if they're male...So I may have ended up in the same spot I am now, not fitting in. Either way it sucks not feeling at home in your own skin, so I can definately relate to people that want a sex change.
    I don't like high heels, don't wear make up or jewelry, don't have long hair....so I wouldn't miss any of that...lol I don't were dresses a lot and i would love to wear suits ...and i lead when i dance...lol...I'm half way there lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pseudo View Post
    I am female. and I'd prefer to have sex with men. Given that the majority of men are heterosexual my best chance of achieving the aforementioned is the be female.
    The best ones are gay though.

    Whilst I believe women are superior in almost every way, I think I'd still prefer to be a male. Maybe in a hundred years or so I'll feel differently.
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    Although sometimes I think men have it easier physically, I'd still prefer to be female.
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    Apart from the stigma of being associated with the stereotype, I enjoy being male. I wouldn't pass on having my consciousness transferred into a woman's body for a week though, even if most of those movies tend to go horrifically wrong.

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