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@jessekelber That is curious! But I think you’re probably right: because the results of the Myers-Briggs are based on self-reporting, it could be that there is now much less social pressure on men to, basically, lie (to themselves and to the questionnaire) about traits and preferences that, in the past, would have been seen as “feminine” — and therefore somehow shameful or bad (as if being feminine/female were some sort of moral failing or an illness!)

// @findingfeeling @Portufraise @crossingthethreshold @hollyhoneychurch @baker @patrickrhone

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