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    INTP - The Thinkers


    INTJ Females

    If you're an INTJ female, do you relate more with other females, or males? Why or why not?



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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I prefer aliens with tentacles.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I relate to people so rarely that I don't think I can really choose one or the other. I generally have difficulty relating to most people. In fact, I can count on one hand the number of people that I've been able to relate to on a deep level. Gender doesn't seem to play as much of a role as other factors.

    If I had to choose one though, I would choose males, because when it comes to casual interaction I'm much more comfortable with males. They seem to have less baggage than females. Again, that's an extreme generalization. Interacting with other people nearly always taxes my reserves.

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    INTJ - The Scientists


    I relate to other INTJ females the best. Most of the time I am in awe of them then I remember I am one too. Seeing as though we are so rare I chose males.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I've never met an INTJ female in person (that I am aware of).

    Regardless of personality type, I tend to relate better to men. Due to societal standards, INTJ qualities/tendencies are not "becoming" to women in general. I come off as insensitive, unwilling to coddle, abrupt, and I let both children and adults know when they're being dumb and to knock it off. I've had numerous conversations with the guys in the office about dealing with things, and they're always amazed - they don't understand how I can be so "like them" and yet still be a woman. :P
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    This:

    Quote Originally Posted by bluestocking girl View Post
    I relate to people so rarely that I don't think I can really choose one or the other. I generally have difficulty relating to most people. In fact, I can count on one hand the number of people that I've been able to relate to on a deep level.
    ... but in general I'd say I'm more likely to relate to males, due to my sense of humor, interests and very stoic approach to everything.

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    INTP - The Thinkers


    Quote Originally Posted by bluestocking girl View Post
    I relate to people so rarely that I don't think I can really choose one or the other. I generally have difficulty relating to most people. In fact, I can count on one hand the number of people that I've been able to relate to on a deep level. Gender doesn't seem to play as much of a role as other factors.

    If I had to choose one though, I would choose males, because when it comes to casual interaction I'm much more comfortable with males. They seem to have less baggage than females. Again, that's an extreme generalization. Interacting with other people nearly always taxes my reserves.
    Yeah, I'm INTP, and I can totally relate. People are very stressful.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I can relate to both, but they are at different levels. I relate to men socially very well, mostly because they are on their best behavior around me, and will allow me to talk about what I want, and I don't mind talking about property values and the economy and politics and work with them. Unfortunately, I can usually find out from one of their male friends that out of the range of women they mostly talk about women's body parts.

    Women do not realize I am "different" from them, so they will generally launch into what they enjoy most, which seems to be male bashing, which I know they wouldn't do around men. For interesting conversation I usually try to seek out men and women either with Aspergers (lots of programmers around here) or who are post-docs, particular women, if they are in the maths and sciences, can be pretty fun to be with and don't do the usual negative social stuff.
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    INTJ - The Scientists


    The only females I have ever related to are INTJ women. Other females feel completely alien to me, and I get very anxious around them because I don't understand them or their intentions.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I relate better to males, though I'm sure I'd do fine with INTJ females if I knew any IRL. I grew up around mostly men, went into more male areas of study in college and work in male dominated fields now. Women find me too tactless and abrupt with little regard for social bs like gossip and small talk. I can sit and have a beer with my guy friends and not be expected to talk...I love that.
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