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Julian658 wrote:I have never ever had a dream about rape. Most men do not long for rape. Your bad code is starting to show.

Are you like Alexa? Do you have gender? Maybe you were programmed to be an SJW. The Rpe culture theme is common among SJWs.


And so my point that the OP is a verifiable hypothesis is correct.

And since we already know that the brains of men and women are biologically different, it is also consistent with our current knowledge of neurology and sex.
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Rancid wrote:Did a quick search. This is the most I could find with respect to testosterone and music

https://www.progressivemuscle.com/blog/ ... ic-tastes/

Basically it say's "Maybe, maybe not, and more study needs to happen"

So it certainly does not say hormones (testosterone) have no bearing on musical taste. This gives the OP's hypothesis some hope of potentially being true. @MistyTiger, maybe you do have more testosterone than the general population of women. ;) Then again, maybe not. :)

That said, I'm gonna guess this question will never be answered, because I'm sure the reality is so multi-factored, it will be hard to run an experiment that controls for all factors.

The world, may never know. :lol:


Haha. I knew it, I am an oddball! :lol:

Seriously though, I seem to be more in touch with the masculine side, open to interpretation though. I put in more effort to stay fit. I got into weightlifting since I was 16 and the mechanics of it still interests me. I can eat a lot like a guy, at an all you can eat buffet, I can eat several plates of food, the food not the plates, that is, 4-5 plates of food. Technology always facinated me. As a girl, I always wanted to hang out with the boys, playing house with the girls seemed boring. I still relate more to guys, but I can tolerate women if needed. Most of my friends are guys. I tend to be more straightforward than a lot of women...I do not like to play coy or play mind games. Basically wysiwyg as they say in computer science circles. Sometimes I think that I should have been born a boy.
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MistyTiger wrote:Haha. I knew it, I am an oddball! :lol:

Seriously though, I seem to be more in touch with the masculine side, open to interpretation though. I put in more effort to stay fit. I got into weightlifting since I was 16 and the mechanics of it still interests me. I can eat a lot like a guy, at an all you can eat buffet, I can eat several plates of food, the food not the plates, that is, 4-5 plates of food. Technology always facinated me. As a girl, I always wanted to hang out with the boys, playing house with the girls seemed boring. I still relate more to guys, but I can tolerate women if needed. Most of my friends are guys. I tend to be more straightforward than a lot of women...I do not like to play coy or play mind games. Basically wysiwyg as they say in computer science circles. Sometimes I think that I should have been born a boy.


At the individual level women can be like you. On the average, when looking at large numbers there are more feminine trends.
IN some instances women like you were exposed to testosterone while in the utero. This creates a superwoman. Did you have a fraternal twin?
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Julian658 wrote:At the individual level women can be like you. On the average, when looking at large numbers there are more feminine trends.
IN some instances women like you were exposed to testosterone while in the utero. This creates a superwoman. Did you have a fraternal twin?


I did not have a fraternal twin, though my horoscope is Gemini.

My mom says I am so like my dad in temperament, interests and attitude. I joke around that I am 50% of both of them, and they are opposites in many ways. Like he likes to work outdoors and she works indoors. He is athletic and she was always the sedentary one. I tend to feel most comfortable outdoors and yet I love sitting inside to enjoy a good book. I can be good with learning technical skills and I can be very good with creative writing. I can learn sewing but I prefer learning about cars. I have to deal with the polarity and it can be a bit amusing or daunting, depends on the instance.
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MistyTiger wrote:I did not have a fraternal twin, though my horoscope is Gemini.

My mom says I am so like my dad in temperament, interests and attitude. I joke around that I am 50% of both of them, and they are opposites in many ways. Like he likes to work outdoors and she works indoors. He is athletic and she was always the sedentary one. I tend to feel most comfortable outdoors and yet I love sitting inside to enjoy a good book. I can be good with learning technical skills and I can be very good with creative writing. I can learn sewing but I prefer learning about cars. I have to deal with the polarity and it can be a bit amusing or daunting, depends on the instance.


My mom liked professions that were for men. It happens some women have more masculine traits in the same manner some men have feminine traits. This has nothing to do with sex orientation. Good for you!
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Godstud wrote:@annatar1914 Hey, nice find. I like her singing and her guttural tones, as well. Too bad I don't speak the lingo. :D


:D

Apparently she's the only known woman in Metal who has been recorded doing that, too. I'm still not very good at my Russian language, but the lyrics are some pre-Christian Slavic pagan stuff abut the Creator God Rod; the band is named after ''Arkona'', which was a heathen Slavic shrine of the Wends (the group of Slavic tribes i'm partly descended from) in the Baltic sea area during the Middle Ages before the Papists and their Crusades in the Northern lands.
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Yeah, I know it's off-topic, but I've kind of gotten to like foreign metal, even though I don't necessarily know the words.

MONGOL METAL
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Julian658 wrote:My mom liked professions that were for men. It happens some women have more masculine traits in the same manner some men have feminine traits. This has nothing to do with sex orientation. Good for you!


Thanks. I think I just inherited more of my dad's personality.

There is a study that says that there is more testosterone in the utero if the mother is overweight. My mom was overweight. I do sometimes feel like I have a lot of anger, energy and a reckless or sensation seeking tendency. There is a sensation seeking scale test that examines how much of a thrill seeker a person can be. I could either score high or score in the midrange or borderline high. I went back and forth between high thrill and low thrill in the handful of questions I went through so far, did not finish it. I found a version from Washington State University. High sensation seeking is associated with masculinity.
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Some research suggests that music taste varies with age. In particular, young people like aggressive music like Metal, Hip Hop, etc. As they get older, their tastes soften a bit. That's not to say they don't enjoy what they used to as a kid, but more that their tastes expand into softer types of music.

I personally have experienced this. In my teen years, I mostly listened to Punk & hardcore. As well as classical, but classical was only because I was studying classical guitar at the same time. These days, while I still enjoy punk, hardcore and their variations, I've found I'm also liking other forms of music more too. In particular, Blues, Funk, and Jazz. Part of this is because I played bass mostly as a kid.

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