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    Never met a female infp that I'm aware of. What are they like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    Never met a female infp that I'm aware of. What are they like?
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    I'unno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    From INFPs I know, I would say they have a smoldering quality. Which to me means sexual allure that is under the surface, not quite so outwardly expressed. So, is it sexy? Probably not to some as it is such a radical departure from what is commonly classified as sexy: the oh-so-conventional cliched hotness and that slightly try-hard brand of hyperactive flirtatiousness. But I think it can be very refreshing. INFPs that I have been close to (females in particular) exhibit a long simmering sensuality that is set aside for the one that they love. Yet its not repressed, it is really really lavished on that partner and explored without fear. And that is really beautiful. Perhaps this doesn't sound type specific at all, but I can only speak about the ones I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vamp View Post
    Any good examples of the type in movies or literature that may give me a decent idea of a female infp?

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    I think she's infp - saw it listed somewhere.

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    ^ I like

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    Well I don't know about all o' them, but I sure as hell am. I be attractin' males, females, gays, straights... everybody wants to join this party.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rowingineden View Post
    Well I don't know about all o' them, but I sure as hell am. I be attractin' males, females, gays, straights... everybody wants to join this party.
    One of the best posts I have ever read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    From INFPs I know, I would say they have a smoldering quality. Which to me means sexual allure that is under the surface, not quite so outwardly expressed. So, is it sexy? Probably not to some as it is such a radical departure from what is commonly classified as sexy: the oh-so-conventional cliched hotness and that slightly try-hard brand of hyperactive flirtatiousness. But I think it can be very refreshing. INFPs that I have been close to (females in particular) exhibit a long simmering sensuality that is set aside for the one that they love. Yet its not repressed, it is really really lavished on that partner and explored without fear. And that is really beautiful. Perhaps this doesn't sound type specific at all, but I can only speak about the ones I know.

    Yeah, it kind of fits the profile. We definitely don't fit in the regular clichees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vamp View Post
    One of the best posts I have ever read.
    Agree!

    My flirting isn't that subtle when I get going. I just look at them with an exaggerated dramatic look. We aren't all that shy.

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