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Hierarchy Test

Morpeko

Noble Wolf
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male-hierarchy-subtraits


You are most like a gamma in the masculine social hierarchy.

Gamma males
are the intellectuals or malcontents of the masculine social hierarchy. Knowledgeable in their fields of expertise but resentful of existing hierarchies, they are likely to sabotage alpha males and the male pecking order in general. Gammas are perhaps the most ‘book smart’ of all the male types, but tend to lack the social skills, money, looks or mental toughness needed to establish dominance.

Because intellect is their strength, gammas often overstress the intellectual side of life, believing that it alone should determine who makes it to the top. To gammas, it will often seem unfair that their intellectual inferiors are the ones to rise to the top. Many gammas consider themselves the ‘secret kings’ who should actually be in charge.

Since gammas are usually resentful and dissatisfied with their position, others – including women – tend to pick up on their frustration and dismiss them. This can keep gammas from realizing their full potential, leaving them in a “gamma trap.”

Gamma benefits: Intelligence, sensitivity, idealism.

Gamma drawbacks: Unsatisfied with their position, frustrated, misunderstood.

I've been told I'm a gamma female before.
 

Kephalos

J.M.P.P. R.I.P. B5: RLOAI
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INFJ
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Male [Mean Girls] Hierarchy Subtraits Test

You are most like a bravo [
Gretchen Wieners] in the masculine [Means Girls] social hierarchy.

Breakdown of Traits:

  1. Intellectualization: 94%
  2. Leadership Mentality: 80%
  3. Responsibility: 75%
  4. Courage:
  5. Confidence:
  6. Hierarchical Consciousness:
Bravo [Gretchen Wieners] males are the lieutenants of the masculine [Mean Girls] social hierarchy. They are usually found in close proximity to an alpha [Regina George] where they act as his trusted advisors and perform essential roles in the hierarchy.

Bravos [Gretchen Wieners's] are loyal and competent staff officers to the alpha [Regina George], and in exchange get to enjoy many of the benefits of high social status. Bravos [Gretchen Wieners's] are usually well-liked by women and enjoy the privileges of rank while avoiding the intense burden of responsibilities the alpha [Regina George] has to bear.

Because they do not have to constantly fight for their position the way alphas [Regina Georges] do, bravos [Gretchen Wieners'es] can also afford to be a bit friendlier with people. Bravos [Gretchen Wieners'es] get many of the benefits of the alpha [Regina George] lifestyle while avoiding the downsides.

Bravos [Gretchen Wieners'es] are crucial to stable male [Mean Girls] hierarchies as they enforce and coordinate the alpha’s [Regina George's] vision to maintain order and structure.

Bravo [Gretchen Wieners] benefits: Power, high status, freedom from having to constantly fight for their position.

Bravo [Gretchen Wieners] drawbacks: Their power and status are dependent on their relationship with the alpha [Regina George].

Concluding Unscientific Postscript. "Male" Hierarchy to "Mean Girls" Hierarchy Correspondence: 1) alpha, Regina George; 2) beta, Gretchen Wieners; 3) delta, Karen Smith; 4) gamma, Cady Heron; 5) omega, Janis Ian; 6) sigma, Ms. Sharon Norbury.
 
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Vendrah

New forum night mode looks cool!
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Gamma male, alpha, beta blah blah blah and they seriously made a test out of it?
Jesus!

Well, Similar Minds like a little bit of everything lol.
 

Muladara

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male-hierarchy-subtraits

You are most like a sigma in the masculine social hierarchy.

Sigma males
are the lone wolves of the masculine social hierarchy. They are the men who have chosen to live outside the hierarchy. Indeed, sigmas often turn their backs on many of the norms that society expects of them. They forfeit the benefits of hierarchy in exchange for the freedom that comes from pursuing their own path.

Sigmas can be hard to cooperate with and for this reason alpha males generally don’t trust them. Bravo males sense that sigmas – while competent – are not interested in leading and therefore ignore them. On the other hand, women often find the self-determination and detachment of sigmas attractive, so sigmas are likely to do well with the opposite sex.

Sigmas are often romanticized in internet culture. However, opting out of the social order is often a high-risk play that is not guaranteed to go well. There is no denying, however, that when a sigma does manage to be successful, his lifestyle tends to come with a certain glamor and mystique.

Sigma benefits: Freedom from social obligations, enviable lifestyle.

Sigma drawbacks: Loneliness, no support network if things fail.

Got it. I'd ride alone.:harley:
 
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