10 April 2008

DNA

4 comments:

Patrick said...

Okay, so I'm really intrigued by the fact that you ranked slightly low masculinity and average femininity, whereas I ranked extremely high masculinity and slightly high femininity. I don't quite know how to interprete that in general, but with the two of us specifically. And I would enjoy the idea that I seem to be some sort of super-gender more if it meant I was getting laid.

Comes as no surprise to me that we rank the same on empathy and authoritianism, just to name a couple.

Jeff Wills said...

I know! Apparently I'm fairly assexual, with mild leanings toward girly-ness. I'll have to start acting that way.

And you can withold your comment on THAT little gem, right now...

Thanks for the link to it, Patrick. I dig visual displays of "quantitative" information.

Patrick said...

Assexual with mild leanings towards girly-ness. I'd like to see you try that. Haven't a clue what it would look, like. I'm still trying to figure out how a test comes to the conclusion that I'm more butch than you. Am I mis-interpreting the data? I must be. The friend I stole this from is also a straight married guy, who ranked as less than average or something for both masculine and feminine. Not how I would describe him either.

All that said, I love shit like this too.

Jeff Wills said...

Patrick, you have a very strong masculinity, dude. (Always use "dude" when addressing masculinity status with another dude. - Rule #234) I think all this masculine/feminine identity based on traits, physical or emotional, is for the birds. The real defining factor is smelliness. Everyone knows girls are smelly.