Feminine: Relating to women or girls.
Which MBTI type is the most feminine? Let’s find out.
Girls are, in a stereotypical sense, generally social people. As a result, the extrovert is more likely to be feminine than masculine, by a very small proportion. As well as this, feeling types are more likely to be feminine also, and a feminine trait is to follow trends that are occurring, as a result sensors more often come across as more feminine. Finally, judging and making decisions is considered a masculine, as a result, perceiving is considered a feminine trait. As a result, ESFP’s are considered the most feminine.
Now, start to think about the common ESFP’s that are portrayed in the media, which is where the feminine stereotypes are created. For example, when you think of an ad campaign, the ESFP- the bright and happy woman- is far more successful in portraying your stereotypical woman compared with an INTJ. For this reason, the most common feminine type is the ESFP.
Which MBTI type do you think? Leave your opinion in the comments section below!!