No, we are offering humorous commentary and illustrating one of our many sexy attr.... okay okay we probably are.
To make up for it, even though I don't seem to be inherently attracted to INFP women in that way, they often have a very sexy almost feline quality to them. It's something about the way they move, and the way they are aloof, yet once they warm up can be very affectionate and playful.
INFP-INFP has always been like two magnets for me - we pull each closer until we get too close, then we repel.
Originally Posted by GirlFromMars
His post could be taken several ways. When faced with such ambiguity, don't automatically assume it's the one that can be hurtful.
I find the warmth and thoughtfulness of INFPs sexy, personally. Their attempts at understanding people is admirable, and I find myself readily becoming friends with them, which is a step towards attraction.
I think aloofness is meant to be attractive in general. Like "not giving too much away" ? Is that what you mean by aloof?
Aloof from being in their own thoughts, and "floaty". In this case, I assure you I mean that in the nicest way possible. We are strange creatures though, and some people like that and others don't.
Which do you think INFP's best suit? I think you're probably right about two Fi's.
INFP women not only appreciated but thrived off of the corny little stuff I enjoyed so much. While I was in college, I could call my friend up at 3:00AM, ask her if she wanted to walk the campus and climb the various architecture, and she'd be game. We could talk about the stars, our significance on this little world, and how sad it is that people focus so intently on the shallow pleasures of love they miss the point... and then turn right around and act like idiots in the next breath.
Also, when an INFP woman had directed her attention to me, it was intense. When that aloof cat is in the mood to be lovable and starts purring, you know it.
But yeah, when you have two people that need to be true and express themselves above all else, it can cause a clash. My desire to avoid that is likely what keeps me from crossing the relationship line with another INFP.
GirlFromMars, I just realized I totally didn't answer your question, revealing a bit of myself for no good reason. x 100.
Take this all with a grain of salt.
Type wise, it's very much what you want and are attracted to. Statistically, NF-NF pairings tend to have a very high chance at success and happiness, however I've noticed that female INFPs tend to be more attracted to "T"s than their male counterparts. According to the various theories, the best matches are ENFJ, ESFJ, ENTJ, INTJ, ESTJ (for women searching for men).
Honestly, go with what you like. There are very few types I think are inherently trouble for an INFP.