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    I think it's hilarious that most of the male ISFPs I know consider themselves to be effeminate while I, a female ISFP, have even been mistaken for a male on other forums. (I thought here on this forum my gender was obvious though.)

    ISFPs are you:

    A) A masculine male
    B) A tomboy female
    C) An effeminate male
    D) A feminine female

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    Eh..I consider myself A, and no one else has told me that they think I'm effeminate, so I'm gonna go ahead and assume they don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Eh..I consider myself A, and no one else has told me that they think I'm effeminate, so I'm gonna go ahead and assume they don't.
    Lol yeah Jeffster, I'd say you're pretty masculine.

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    Maybe I shouldn't have made this thread.
    I don't want people to get wrong impressions about ISFPs.
    But I personally am pretty relaxed about gender/gender roles/all that stuff.
    Like I don't really care about whether I'm feminine or not. Maybe I should.

    I should have considered the ISFPs who aren't so relaxed about it. Oops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Lol yeah Jeffster, I'd say you're pretty masculine.


    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Maybe I shouldn't have made this thread.
    I don't want people to get wrong impressions about ISFPs.
    But I personally am pretty relaxed about gender/gender roles/all that stuff.
    Like I don't really care about whether I'm feminine or not. Maybe I should.
    Sometimes I feel like I was put here just to talk to you. You gotta stop second-guessing yourself all the time. That stuff is overrated, just be you and do your thing. The world is your playground! YEAH!


    Answer me this, though, I'm just curious, do you often try to capitalize the letter I but instead of hitting shift you hit control so it puts those italics brackets into your post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post




    Sometimes I feel like I was put here just to talk to you. You gotta stop second-guessing yourself all the time. That stuff is overrated, just be you and do your thing. The world is your playground! YEAH!


    Answer me this, though, I'm just curious, do you often try to capitalize the letter I but instead of hitting shift you hit control so it puts those italics brackets into your post?
    Nah I usually hit shift. I hardly ever miss and hit control instead. Err at least I don't think I do. Maybe I have a few times and didn't realize it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Nah I usually hit shift. I hardly ever miss and hit control instead. Err at least I don't think I do. Maybe I have a few times and didn't realize it.
    Man. It happens to me all the time. Maybe I just have clumsier fingers.
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    I've been mistaken for a male from my writing style, especially when I was first online, but I always thought this was from taking History. It's sort of a masculine toned subject and the way one is trained to write their papers in it is very dry.

    But I was a girly girl growing up. My ISFP friend says she was a tomboy and very into sports.

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    A dammit

    I played with my sisters dolls once when i was younger...
    I set up a tournament to determine doll supremacy...
    only one survived... the rest... :'(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    I think it's hilarious that most of the male ISFPs I know consider themselves to be effeminate while I, a female ISFP, have even been mistaken for a male on other forums. (I thought here on this forum my gender was obvious though.)

    ISFPs are you:

    A) A masculine male
    B) A tomboy female
    C) An effeminate male
    D) A feminine female

    I am such a girly girl, and always was. I think athletic women, or women who grow up in families with lots of older boys might appear to be more androgynous, but I wasn't ever into sports. And I had a girly-girl older sister who was my best friend.

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