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    Ok this is going in the wrong way for now.

    Actually I have never meet INTJ female in real life and the only thing I know is from posts on internet forums.

    But from what I see INTJ women have less arrogance for sure.
    They are much more friendly and maybe little bit more sarcastic.

    And It looks that they will admit more often that they are unhappy.


    I did not open this thread because of hostile intentions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Ok this going the wrong way for now.

    Actually I have never meet INTJ female in real life and the only thing I know is from post on internet forums.

    But from what I see INTJ women have less arrogance for sure.
    They are much more friendly and maybe little bit more sarcastic.

    And It looks that they will admit more often that they are unhappy.


    I did not open this thread because of hostile intentions.
    So by "develop their INTJness fully" you mean "be a supremely arrogant, obnoxious tard"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    My brother, also an INTJ, and I constitute a prime example of that, actually. (Here's his intro thread.) Regarding nurture, my mother is an INTJ also (yes, that's three INTJs in a family of five ), and I'm sure that made a positive difference in terms of me feeling comfortable in my own skin despite whatever gender socialization I may have faced outside the home. (I don't really recall any. )
    It's not nice to leave me in suspense.

    So. . . how similar are you and your brother? Additionally, how similar are the two of you to your mother?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    So. . . how similar are you and your brother? Additionally, how similar are the two of you to your mother?
    Are you saying you'll take my word for it?

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    Well, it seems like you have the data. . . so yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    But from what I see INTJ women have less arrogance for sure.
    They are much more friendly and maybe little bit more sarcastic.

    And It looks that they will admit more often that they are unhappy.
    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Can it be that this is because women never had a opportunity to develope their INTJness fully because of social pressure ?
    These differences have nothing to do with your opening statement. There may be noticeable differences in trends between male INTJs and female INTJs. Perhaps these differences have to do with society, perhaps hormones, or perhaps some other reason. However, they're not differences that would make female INTJs 'underdeveloped in their INTJness'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacuss View Post
    So by "develop their INTJness fully" you mean "be a supremely arrogant, obnoxious tard"?

    Yes I think those caregories are a part of male INTJness and it seems that it is not same for female gender. (What is actually a good thing)

    The point of this thread is to see is there some real differences or not.



    Since in many threads INTJ women say that they have a very hard time to fit in society. Maybe they are less arrogant because they want to compensate their combination of gender and thinking style.
    What means that from difference in this with time can emerge difference personality.

    Personly I have nothing against INTJ women.

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    MBTI type is not something you develop, it is something you are. Maybe men can, by their nature, show more some external signs of their type, maybe they are more likely to have a certain type instead of another, but this doesn't mean that female INTJs individuals are "less INTJ" (notice that the idea of being more or less of a given type is often due to the results of online tests, wich generally measure the likability of the result, not the "strenght").

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    Well, it seems like you have the data. . . so yes.
    Given that I characterize my brother and myself as a prime example, I obviously think we're extremely similar. (For outside opinions, try asking Blackwater and Vortex if they agree.) In terms of basic wiring, I have to say that we're also extremely similar to our mother.

    ... Do with that information what you will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Given that I characterize my brother and myself as a prime example, I obviously think we're extremely similar. (For outside opinions, try asking Blackwater and Vortex if they agree.) In terms of basic wiring, I have to say that we're also extremely similar to our mother.

    ... Do with that information what you will.
    I don't understand the rolleyes smilie, but . . .

    That experience is consistent with my own, and would support the assumption that I made earlier in this thread.

    Lastly, speaking as a parent. . . your mom is one very lucky person.
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