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    I usually either end up directly in the middle, or way skewed toward the male end, depending on how stereotypical the tests are. This one put me at 9/20, so around middle. Which makes sense, given my views on gender.

    Oh, and I completely fail the index/ring finger test. My left hand is apparently male whereas my right hand is female.
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    7/20
    Masculine hands.
    I also tested as an average male on the BBC test.
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    Heh. I got 13/20. Female, INTP. Both hands are slightly male.

    On the BBC test I think I tested as slightly male.
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Hey BB - when I saw you'd replied I was sure you were going to ahve a male brain.... arcade games....

    I don't know what gnder you actually are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Hey BB - when I saw you'd replied I was sure you were going to ahve a male brain.... arcade games....

    I don't know what gnder you actually are?

    Lis
    Yeah, I thought I'd test as male not female - I've been mistaken for male more times than you'd think on TypoC and INTPc, given my username. At work I often get told I'm too logical/rational and need to pay attention to others' emotions blah blah blah.

    And I'm female.
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Hey

    actually I thought male because you always seem to have cool responces... don't know just seemed sharper or more focused than women usually...

    that and you kick ass on the computer games


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    It's somewhat strange that even though I'm such an obsessively analytical computer geek and an often disconnected loner, I still got a higher score than everyone else here (so far).

    Oh, well. I guess that means some of the stereotypes don't work... it's still weird, though. I'd somehow think people that actually have lives, energy, and are more connected to people would end up being the more feminine ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Hey

    actually I thought male because you always seem to have cool responces... don't know just seemed sharper or more focused than women usually...
    Heh. That might just be Ti. I think there's often gender confusion for INTPs online, happens a lot on INTPc (both for males and females - there doesn't seem to be many who are overtly masculine or feminine. I'm generalising here, there are of course always some exceptions.)

    And thanks.

    that and you kick ass on the computer games

    LOL I've been mildly addicted to some of the games.
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    It's somewhat strange that even though I'm such an obsessively analytical computer geek and an often disconnected loner, I still got a higher score than everyone else here (so far).

    Oh, well. I guess that means some of the stereotypes don't work... it's still weird, though. I'd somehow think people that actually have lives, energy, and are more connected to people would end up being the more feminine ones.

    I think NT's are unual regardless of gender. Stereotypes are generalisations, there is always outside the mainstreme and I think that alternative to main streme sits well with N's particulalrly.

    I suspect NF's would have much stronger female thinking than we have on the NT thread.... I know a few NF's have replied, but if there was more of them they would score higher.

    I think there are a few subjects that are more mixed gender - if you'd been a petrol head with a female brain, I think this might be more unusal. You cite being a computer geek, but are you the same type of computer geek as a male dominated brain? It may be that you are a geek in a different way (exploring it from a relationship perspective rather than purely technical).


    BB - I'm jelous of your skills, there are some game I'm never going to get the hang off. Backgammon drives me nuts, Iv'e not figured out what creates a higher score.....

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    7 out of 20. One male and one female hand. Female NT
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