Same here, bro*. lol
I think male INFJs have it hard, which is one reason it's interesting to see how many male INFJs there are posting in this thread. The reason male INFJs have it hard is because we are the minority. The INFJ is a minority personality type, and there are more females than males, AND ... the INFJ exhibits traits that society prefers in females (a need to "understand" others, a need for emotional rapport with others, etc.).
There are some personality types where society prefers a gender. What I mean is, society prefers it when INFJs are female, and society prefers it when the SP types are male.
I always kind of wondered if maybe there were a lot of male INFJs here.
* "Bro culture" -- can someone explain it to me?
Originally Posted by Linghaman
Three years ago my then college aged son discovered the Myers Brigs assessment tool and did it with all of us at home. I came out an INFJ. I freaked out when I read what it was ... it described me perfectly. For me, understanding that I was an INFJ has helped explain my sexuality and my sexual relations as well as the way I communicate my sexuality.
Amazing thing the human brain!!!