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    Quote Originally Posted by Norexan View Post
    I am obsess with idea of sex and beauty of woman's body from my early childhood but I will never have a sex for the sake of sex. Maybe if I have to pay some girl I will but without love and deep emotions neither I won' I simply can't. Some people nowday call that romantic but truth is I am at least vanilla guy when comes to sex or any kind dreamy romantic relationship. I just prefer devoted relationship instead hunting girls around for the sake of sex. I have dignity to don't fell in this kind relationship where people sell their body like literally for nothing but pleasure of flesh and/or to use guy for the sake of profit and I don't talk about hookers.
    You’ve got some strange ideas about sex but they are yours.
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    Pretty much me
    You say I have the wickest talk, that I'm full of attitude, and you don't like my friend because she's crude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdal233 View Post
    Every ISTP I can think of is male... and the personality type tends to skew more towards classic male stereotypes. I know I have met female ISTP's, but I wouldn't be able to pick them out in a crowd. How to female ISTP's behave? **My best guess would be that they would tend to play down their true character due to the stereotypical male characteristics. If they don't, they would come off to be somewhat tomboyish. Also, I'd guess you'd find them playing sports and interested in more technical areas like practical science and computers. What do you guys think? Any good female ISTP descriptions, or dead giveaways that have influenced you to believe the girl is an ISTP?
    this is my first reply I don't know how to use this board yet so I hope this is right. I've always been a tomboy, even not realizing it. I remember showing my friends my favorite outfit that I thought was girly , camo pant, a pink spaghetti strap top and chucks..they were like oh like a tomboy.. when I was a little girl I for sure dressed like a boy. I played sports when I was little. As an adult i am a critical care nurse. I only like this area. I like the emergencies. I enjoy participating in codes. I like those type of situations. I dislike organized religion, clubs, I don't have any desire of belonging to clubs or following pointless rules or rules that seem to be there for no other reason but to control people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenRoman View Post
    this is my first reply I don't know how to use this board yet so I hope this is right. I've always been a tomboy, even not realizing it. I remember showing my friends my favorite outfit that I thought was girly , camo pant, a pink spaghetti strap top and chucks..they were like oh like a tomboy.. when I was a little girl I for sure dressed like a boy. I played sports when I was little. As an adult i am a critical care nurse. I only like this area. I like the emergencies. I enjoy participating in codes. I like those type of situations. I dislike organized religion, clubs, I don't have any desire of belonging to clubs or following pointless rules or rules that seem to be there for no other reason but to control people.
    Well ... society see female thinkers as "Tomboy" tho i don't think that gender identity and sexuality have any relationship with mbti .Of course , you can add that variable and get alot of "sub-types".

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    Hi,
    I'm ISTP and I'm female. And it is a great thing for your career. Just think of it! Most women would need to actually WORK to get all the traits usefull in business where you are supposed to behave like a guy. You have it for granted.
    Enter open discussion/disagreement and speak as often as guys- check
    Be confident in area you know- check!
    Fire back on dirty jokes without feeling "ashamed"- check

    For me at least - I just don;t think what "girls" are supposed to do and how to behave. You can wear a dress and high heels and still jump through the fence because you gave 0 fucks for what you "should not" do. If sth. is possible (scaling a fence in dress), then you just do it.
    We tend to have issues with having friends (with other women) because they are usually more "F" then "T". For me first sign of someone starting to cry means I'm running for my live. But it is much easier with guys (to befriend them).
    I'm also competent phisically and can take lot's of phisicall risk with no issue. Lot's of pressure from outside (familly) not to because "it is not for lady". Usually just doing your stuff without even paying attention to comments helps a lot.

    Lot's of work to do to develop your feelings if you are ISTP female. It just does not go naturally.
    Good luck.
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    I'm clasical ISTP, been there, done that. Guy grabbed my but. I did not feel offended or ashamed because what for. But I got thought that he kind'a gave me no choice, which sucks, so I wanted retribution. I grabbed his ass back. Hard. He looked so offended. But we were even.

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