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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    NT's like to push boundaries. You're pushing at gender stereotypes right now. The boundary of a friend's opinion matters more to an extravert, I think. Being less feminine in manner and appearance than the societal norm doesn't change your gender.
    Exactly.

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    Hilarious!!
    What does it mean to be male or female anyway? You are who you are, and people will love you for it
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    Cool,
    you sound totally awesome! I used to be a sometimes girly-girl and I would rotate between that & being a sloppy hippy girl. But now I am pushing the boundaries more than ever and basically dress like a 16 year old guy & I cut my hair short, hardly wear makeup & give all the guys lip / attitude all the time - - i'm really nice to girls though. I love to challenge men any chance I get. I guess sometime I feel like I have to make up for all the "weak / submissive" females out there that cater to men / take care of men. It's kind of like I have an intuitive urge to equalize things. does this make sense to anyone? Also Cool . . . there is such thing as bisexuality . . . and I feel that sexuality is much more complicated / runs much deeper than whether or not one gets turned on or not by what they watch on a screen. maybe you're bisexual . . . I think a lot of NPs probably are . . . or not . . . maybe i am . . .

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    There's a difference between gender expression (what gender society might categorize you based on looks and appearance) and gender identity (how you think of yourself inside in the residual self-image).
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    This reminds me a lot of how I was in high school. My guy friends even gave me a certificate of honorary maleness, which I proudly hung in my college dorm room until someone pointed out that it wasn't a good thing (I still think it is). In my case, it was a response to the often-lameness of female social scripts. If the so-called "male" scripts are closer to who you are, then by all means, be you. And find some awesome friends who love you not in spite of it, but for it. (You might have to wait for college to find these.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireyPheonix View Post
    NT's are so sensitive.
    Seriously, I know women who can't. Yes, it's scary.
    I work at technical helpdesk for a cable company, I get these women on the phone all the time. They're the second worse thing next to old people saying they're to old to for all this modern technology. If you think you're too old, why don't you have someone younger call to me to help fix your problem.

    Me: "Could you please remove the cable from your tv for 10 seconds and then put it back."
    Woman: "Hold on, this is getting too technical for me. I'll let my husband call back when he's home from work!"

    Ugh. I hate those people. On the other hand, it does mean I'm much more impressed with the woman who actually knows what she's talking about, or the old person who crouches down under the couch to reset his internet modem.

    Quote Originally Posted by revolve View Post
    Cool,
    you sound totally awesome! I used to be a sometimes girly-girl and I would rotate between that & being a sloppy hippy girl. But now I am pushing the boundaries more than ever and basically dress like a 16 year old guy & I cut my hair short, hardly wear makeup & give all the guys lip / attitude all the time - - i'm really nice to girls though. I love to challenge men any chance I get. I guess sometime I feel like I have to make up for all the "weak / submissive" females out there that cater to men / take care of men. It's kind of like I have an intuitive urge to equalize things. does this make sense to anyone? Also Cool . . . there is such thing as bisexuality . . . and I feel that sexuality is much more complicated / runs much deeper than whether or not one gets turned on or not by what they watch on a screen. maybe you're bisexual . . . I think a lot of NPs probably are . . . or not . . . maybe i am . . .
    I like women with an attitude. I'm usually way to afraid to approach them though, I figure a lot of guys are, so you are missing out on meeting a lot of interesting people.

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