How male or female are you?

TheParrishism TheParrishism
On a scale of 1 to 6, how male or female do you see yourself? 1 being 100% male and 6 being 100% female?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
1
20  (13%)
2
36  (23%)
3
22  (14%)
4
33  (21%)
5
27  (17%)
6
20  (13%)
Total votes: 158
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03/19/2012
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underHim underHim
I am all girl!I giggle, I bat my eyes, I am a brat when I dont get my way (and mean master punishes me whe I act like that ) I weat pink and love lacey things. I cook, I clean I am a mommy.
03/19/2012
herMaster herMaster
I am all male. I hunt, I bring home the bacon and my wife cooks it. I am a daddy, I am authoratative, I have a temper.
03/19/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
I voted 100% because I was under the impression that this was a thread about how much of a male or a female we are, not how "masculine" or "feminine" we are. I believe I'm right in this thinking and besides, these terms and the actions that go along with them are derogatory and stereotypical. I am a cis-female and I'm completely happy with the body I was born with. I am not, at all, a "girly-girl" who wears pink and frilly things, nor a "housewife" type. That doesn't make me any less of a woman, nor does being assumed a man at birth when you're really not.
03/19/2012
CindyH CindyH
100 persent female
03/19/2012
Badass Badass
Im a tomboy, a little bit boy.
03/19/2012
Alyxx Alyxx
Probably a 5, maybe 4.5 lol. I have friends that swear up and down that I have a penis somewhere (I occasionally point out that I have one in my closet) because I tend to think and sometimes act more like a guy. I am pretty feminine, but I have always been more comfortable being "one of the guys" than hanging out with girls and doing girly things.
03/20/2012
underHim underHim
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Originally posted by Nazaress
I voted 100% because I was under the impression that this was a thread about how much of a male or a female we are, not how "masculine" or "feminine" we are. I believe I'm right in this thinking and besides, these terms and ... More
No offense was meant. For me these are the things that make me a girl and make me feel like a girl. Everyone does not have the same definition of what they feel makes them male or female. I am sorry you feel that my being this way makes me stereotypical, so I guess I am a stereotype but I am a happy stereotype and hope you are happy too!
03/20/2012
TheParrishism TheParrishism
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Originally posted by Nazaress
I voted 100% because I was under the impression that this was a thread about how much of a male or a female we are, not how "masculine" or "feminine" we are. I believe I'm right in this thinking and besides, these terms and ... More
There is a difference in male and female and masculine and feminine. I know men who are 100% men and are more feminine than most of the women I know. A scale of male to female is different than masculine to feminine.
03/20/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
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Originally posted by TheParrishism
There is a difference in male and female and masculine and feminine. I know men who are 100% men and are more feminine than most of the women I know. A scale of male to female is different than masculine to feminine.
Exactly! So I guess I WAS right in my thinking this was what the thread was about.

@ UnderHim: No, it's okay. And that doesn't make you a stereotype. "Classic", perhaps, but I don't really think that's a bad thing. It's just that referring to the state of a man or a woman as having these traits can be offensive to a lot of people, including, but not limited to, transmen and transwomen. I am just as much of a woman as you but I have none of the traits you listed. That's all I'm saying. What you're referring to is "femininity" (which really is a word that needs to change because that's like saying men can't like pink, cooking, etc.), not how much of a female you are. I hope that makes sense. If that's how you look at yourself, that's completely okay, so long as you don't look at other women as less of a "female" because they like video games and wear men's clothing because it's more comfortable.
03/20/2012
Rab Rab
I identify as genderqueer with masculine presentation, so I always explain it as thus:
female================ ====androgynous======= ===============male
1--------------------- ---------x------------ -----me---------100
03/20/2012
Rab Rab
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Originally posted by Rab
I identify as genderqueer with masculine presentation, so I always explain it as thus:
female================ ====androgynous======= ===============male
1--------------------- ---------x------------ -----me---------100
the format got screwed up, but you know what I mean, yeah?
03/20/2012
Silverdrop Silverdrop
I'm a gender-queer cis-female, who is about 75-80% female and 20-25% male.
03/20/2012
nosrslylol nosrslylol
Quote:
Originally posted by TheParrishism
On a scale of 1 to 6, how male or female do you see yourself? 1 being 100% male and 6 being 100% female?
I look and act like a female, sometimes I think like a male, but I'm pretty darn female.
03/20/2012
underHim underHim
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Originally posted by Nazaress
Exactly! So I guess I WAS right in my thinking this was what the thread was about.

@ UnderHim: No, it's okay. And that doesn't make you a stereotype. "Classic", perhaps, but I don't really think that's a bad thing. ... More
Absolutely, I do not look at other women as being less womanly because they do not share my throughts on what makes me a woman. For me I want to be the June Cleaver type of woman most of the time. That is what makes ME feel feminine, makes me feel like a woman, defines who I am. It does not make others less of a woman (FYI, I also own guns and hunt, they make pink camo rifles now that I love)
03/20/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
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Originally posted by underHim
Absolutely, I do not look at other women as being less womanly because they do not share my throughts on what makes me a woman. For me I want to be the June Cleaver type of woman most of the time. That is what makes ME feel feminine, makes me feel ... More
Then there you go! No problems. It's definitely okay to view yourself as however you want. I just think a lot of people are misunderstanding the point of this thread is all. We're talking about how much of a male or female we are. Some people aren't entirely one or the other. Some people are gender-fluid and switch frequently. I think most people are taking it as "masculine" or "feminine", though, and personally, I've never been quite fond of those terms because it denotes that one gender should act one way and the other should act the other and that it's strange for them to stray. That, and it limits genders to only two, which simply isn't true. ANYWAY, I digress. That's fine, then. I've no issues. And that's neat that they have pink camo rifles. I'm not so sure how well they'd hide in the woods, though. Lol.
03/20/2012
underHim underHim
Quote:
Originally posted by Nazaress
Then there you go! No problems. It's definitely okay to view yourself as however you want. I just think a lot of people are misunderstanding the point of this thread is all. We're talking about how much of a male or female we are. Some people ... More
Actually the pink rifles are great up here for in the winter. A light pink is the next best thing to white for snow camo.

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BTW I did not even realize this question was in the transgender thread, explains my confusion. I just saw the question on the main page of the community forum and answered it. I was born a woman, and am one. My husband (herMaster on here) was born male, and is all man in every possible definition of the word.
03/20/2012
Lock Lock
Male, for sure, but that doesn't mean I ascribe to all of that macho, wanna-be alpha, over bearing BS that some people seem to associate with being male.
03/20/2012
Ilovelingerie Ilovelingerie
I'm 100% FEMALE and my man is 100% MALE
03/20/2012
HannahPanda HannahPanda
Pretty girly, I rank myself at about a 2.
03/20/2012
butts butts
Even though I'm FtM, I don't 100% identify as male bodied, having a vagina is OK as long as I can get a hysterectomy. Masculine/feminine wise, I'm on the masculine side, but close to the middle. I'm definitely no manly man, but I'm not femmy either, both my partner and I have pretty androgynous personalities and looks.
03/21/2012
Alx Alx
Maaaaale[-identified], though with a few femme quirks, I suppose.
03/21/2012
TheParrishism TheParrishism
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Originally posted by underHim
Actually the pink rifles are great up here for in the winter. A light pink is the next best thing to white for snow camo.

link

BTW I did not even realize this question was in the transgender thread, explains my confusion. I just saw the ... More
I have seen those pink rifles and I find them pretty funny personally. But in a good way.
03/22/2012
Starshiptrooper84 Starshiptrooper84
100% dude with a sensitive soft side
03/22/2012
MasonM MasonM
I'm very much a guy, despite the breasts and vagina. But I'm not 100% masculine, or at least I'm having to come to terms with the fact that I still enjoy things like bubble baths, chocolate, etc...and it's okay for guys to like those things too.
03/22/2012
Caus Caus
I'm a little bit over the middle.
03/22/2012
ellejay ellejay
Probably about 4 or 4.5.
03/22/2012
Stinkytofu10 Stinkytofu10
A 3 would be exactly androgynous, or is it exactly intersexed, or is it absolutely gender fluid? Sorry I'm not understanding the meaning of this post.
03/22/2012
TheParrishism TheParrishism
Quote:
Originally posted by Nazaress
Then there you go! No problems. It's definitely okay to view yourself as however you want. I just think a lot of people are misunderstanding the point of this thread is all. We're talking about how much of a male or female we are. Some people ... More
I agree. I think the terms masculine and feminine are misleading. There are very few people who are only feminine and female or only masculine and male. I mean, even straight cis people have some interests and characteristics that may not be seen as intended for their gender.
03/24/2012
TransMarc TransMarc
Quote:
Originally posted by Nazaress
I voted 100% because I was under the impression that this was a thread about how much of a male or a female we are, not how "masculine" or "feminine" we are. I believe I'm right in this thinking and besides, these terms and ... More
From the same reasoning, I voted 2. (90% male)
03/29/2012
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