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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    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'.
    Yes, I have expressed myself in the wrong way in the original post.

    My original point was actally supossed to be more like do social rule threat INTJ males better then INTJ females.
    So INTJ females must work harder to get to same level of success.

    But since I suck at english and in communication in general this is what happend.


    I am not aiming on their INTJness in their brain but the image they show from the outside because they are under stronger pressure in my parts of the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    That experience is consistent with my own, and would support the assumption that I made earlier in this thread.
    Which is why I spoke up.

    Lastly, speaking as a parent. . . your mom is one very lucky person.
    *spits water on keyboard*

    She was when we were growing up, yes. Since then... I'm not sure any other type would have been as egoistically cost-benefit-oriented as we were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    This thread is what started my thinking about the topic in the first place.

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    I believe an INTJ is an INTJ, no matter the gender. Gender may cause some other differences on how they uniquely develop, but they are still INTJ's. Heck, I think there is some women that would almost seem more "INTJ" then some INTJ men, so a there is a counterpoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Which is why I spoke up.
    Well of course, you would have spoke up to correctly me as well.

    But yeah, based on my present experience - and the fact that my answer seemed correct and obvious - I thought my assumption was right. However, it's interesting to learn about your experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    She was when we were growing up, yes. Since then... I'm not sure any other type would have been as egoistically cost-benefit-oriented as we were.
    Yeah, growing up is what I meant. Since, I'm personally aware of the later parts you mentioned in the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maabus1999 View Post
    I believe an INTJ is an INTJ, no matter the gender. Gender may cause some other differences on how they uniquely develop, but they are still INTJ's. Heck, I think there is some women that would almost seem more "INTJ" then some INTJ men, so a there is a counterpoint.
    I totally agree with you.

    My mistake was that my original post had so many generalization that entire thing turned out the wrong way.

    So I will reform the question.

    Do INTJ women think that society expects from them to be more feminine than they want to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    Well of course, you would have spoke up to correctly me as well.
    Don't be so sure of that. I'm sure you agree I use Te and not Ti.

    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Do INTJ women think that society expects from them to be more feminine than they want to?
    For my part, I already answered this:

    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    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. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Don't be so sure of that. I'm sure you agree I use Te and not Ti.
    Well, I'm not sure. It was just an educated guess.

    Interesting link, though. Thanks.

    To the NEW OP:

    Yes of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    ...Do INTJ women think that society expects from them to be more feminine than they want to?
    That's a worthwhile spin.

    Expectations play a large role in perception.
    Are the restraints/expectations here accurate?
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    Antisocial one, don't take the sarcasm personally.

    Do INTJ women think that society expects from them to be more feminine than they want to?
    I personally haven't had too much issues with this up till now. *knocks on wood*

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