“In an earlier post you said that INFJ females are more common than INFJ males. How come you’ve only typed INFJ males?”
INFJ is the rarest MBTI type for male identifying persons, so part of that has to do with popular media and canonical characterization. I mean, think about it, what does every teenage girl say she wants in a guy? She wants a guy who’s sweet and can admit that he feels something, so naturally, the people who create the media exploit that fact so that people will love their characters.
It’s a basic marketing stratagem –figure out what people want and give it to them. They buy your product, you profit, they get a thrill. Everyone’s happy.
I suppose mass media consumers aren’t interested in a female who can empathise to a deep level, but a male who can do the same thing is considered an attractive anomaly.
Meanwhile, female INTJs are considered an anomaly that you run away from. With regards to why all of the real people categorised INFJs are males, this is all I got for you: