For the women! How "typically" male would you be if you had a sex change?

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    How "typically" male would you be if you had a sex change?


    http://www.queendom.com/tests/minitests/fx/sex_changef.html



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    How "typically" male would you be if you had a sex change?

    Your score = 15



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    You girly girl, you! You're better off staying female, because you don't fit into the male stereotypes very well. You're a woman to the very core, and embrace your femaleness with open arms. If you had a sex change, in fact, your behavior would be a dead give-away for your true gender. So keep on talking about feelings and other ladylike things, because that's who you really are!
     
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    Your score = 30


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    While you could probably blend in fairly well with the male species, certain behaviors would reveal your true femininity. You've got a sort of androgynous approach to life, which means you're don't fit the male stereotypes to the T, but you're not 100% a typical woman either. This is probably a good thing - you can likely relate
     
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    While you could probably blend in fairly well with the male species, certain behaviors would reveal your true femininity. You've got a sort of androgynous approach to life, which means you're don't fit the male stereotypes to the T, but you're not 100% a typical woman either. This is probably a good thing - you can likely relate to both genders and understand the rationale behind characteristic "female" and "male" conduct. You're sitting on the fence! :blah2:
     
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    Is this really a Dyke test? :rotflmao:
     
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    How "typically" male would you be if you had a sex change?

    Your score = 30
     
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    Yes P, now be quiet and go take the fag test! :D
     
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    This does not surprise me. I have more guy friends than girl friends. I find most women to be too catty and backstabbing.

    While I like gardening, horseback riding, wearing dresses, doing my hair, looking feminine, I enjoy working on cars, NASCAR, building models cars and ships, monster truck rallies, demo derbies, basically anything to do with motorsports and man-made horsepower.

    Results of "The Test"
    How "typically" male would you be if you had a sex change?

    Your score = 40

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    While you could probably blend in fairly well with the male species, certain behaviors would reveal your true femininity. You've got a sort of androgynous approach to life, which means you're don't fit the male stereotypes to the T, but you're not 100% a typical woman either. This is probably a good thing - you can likely relate to both genders and understand the rationale behind characteristic "female" and "male" conduct. You're sitting on the fence!
     
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    :finger: Ooops sorry, must be my PMS! :gross2:
     
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    Well??? What was your score???/
     
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    I always make a PERFECT score.:thup:
     

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