That being said, I'm sure there is correlation. And it is quite fascinating actually, as it might correspond to amounts of testosterone/estrogen that you are exposed to when in utero that can indicate sexuality. I know for males they have a higher chance of being gay if they have older brothers. This likely because the mother's testosterone levels drop with each son born, resulting in less testosterone available for the next child. (I could also just be speaking out my a** here so please, please correct me if i'm wrong -> I'm an art major, not biology.) I guess the question to ask here would be does MBTI correlate to the level's of testosterone or estrogen that a person is exposed to?
It could be, but if we drop all of the stereotypes of the dichotomy and look at the functions as a combination of learned and innate behaviors that are ways of perceiving the world. F - is looking for meaning; T - looking for use. Fi - personal meaning;Fe - external meaning. Te - external use and order; Ti - internal use and order. They could correspond and relate to the stereotypes of gender. It would be interesting to see a study done that looked at MBTI and gender through the lens of cognition rather than the dichotomy 4 letter test code (which in my opinion, is highly inaccurate and biased).