“Hi, I’m an INTJ female and noticed that there aren’t really a lot of other female INTJs. Most of them eeem to all be male. Is there a correlation between gender and type or is that just stereotype when it comes to characters.”
Nope. For once, that one’s not a stereotype. INTJ females are incredibly rare, as are INFJ males, supposedly comprising about .o2% of the global population (versus the 8% that each INxJ type comprises as a whole).
I’ve heard varying accounts of MBTI gender statistics, but generally, this is the consensus:
INxJs are the rarest types
INFJ is without a doubt the rarest of the rare types, as it is: the rarest of the introverts, the rarest of the intuitives, the rarest of the judgers, the rarest of the feelers, the rarest type among men, the rarest type among feeling, introverted, intuitive and judging men and the rarest overall personality type.
INTJ is the second rarest personality type in general, the rarest among women, the rarest among both male and female T types.
2nd in the running for rarity
ENTJ, ENTP and ENFJ are all tied for the rarest kind of extrovert, but they’re still a couple percentage points more common than INxJs.