Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Whew!

I usually score "you have both male and female brain" on these types of things. I'm glad of it, I wouldn't like my brain to be so heavily influenced by the presence of my lady parts.

You scored as Either. You brain is neither specifically male nor female dominated in the way you perceive things and as bad as this sounds it can easily mean that you are capable of combining both limiting gender aspects to your advantage. Rather than being genderless you are possibly able think freely. This does not nec. mean that you are bisexual or androgynous or indecisive, though it might.

Either

68%

Male

57%

Female

50%

Neither

36%

Should you be MALE or FEMALE?*
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3 comments:

K said...

*drumroll*

You scored as Male.

Being mostly male, within your structures of thinking simply means that your reasoning powers are, the way they are perceived in Western Culture, higher than the one of the opposite sex. Psychoanalsis claims this to come at the price of creative expression - a rational thinker cannot think out of the box, it is claimed. Yet, many creative Minds were men.

Male
79%
Either
68%
Neither
50%
Female
32%

Doesn't this add up to rather more than 100%?

I am definitely female, however.

Actually, rather than proving that I have a male brain, I suspect that my answers suggest I have mild Asperger's syndrome. Which is true. On the autistic spectrum, one end is "serious autism" and the other is "normal male behaviour", which has always tickled me. Apparently you can get away with being unintuitive and unable to multitask if you're a man. Unfortunately, I don't have corresponding male skills; I still have to turn maps around and drive off the edge of the table when playing Micro Machines, much to my other half's amusement.

Rosemary Grace said...

Isn't it funny that what's seen as "normal" in a male brain might actually get classed as a "disorder" in a female brain?

I say funny, but I really mean BLOODY ANNOYING.

There was a book I read when I was little where a boy's mother decides to send him into school one day in a dress, and all of a sudden he's being judged by completely different standards.

K said...

Ah, would that be "Bill's New Frock" by Anne Fine? I remember it well...