Last edited by Andreas; 10-14-2016 at 04:50 PM.
Your score for masculinity was 93.
Your score for femininity was 103.
[H-LII-Ne] [FVEL, Chekhov] [4w5, 9w8, 6w5 sp/sx]
Castrations and cloning vats now.
consistency is for the weak
94 masculine, 104 feminine, "feminine"
112 masculine, 102 feminine
I told you.
Most people here seem to be close-ish to the center. No one is way over at the edge so far. But I really think that those correlations won't bear out, even though other ones probably will.
'Beauty is truth, truth beauty,—that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.'
The OSRI scores on two scales: masculinity and femininity. Scores for each scale are set so that that the average score of everyone is 100 (with a standard deviation of 15).
Your score for masculinity was 98.
Your score for femininity was 119.
Your scores are plotted below (horizontal axis is femininity, vertical axis is masculinity).
"Something inexpressively lovely and wonderful advances through the crystal, nearer, nearer. And, oh, inexpressively terrifying. For if it were to touch you, if it were to seize you and engulf you, you'd die; all the regular, habitual daily part of you would die … one would have to begin living arduously in the quiet, arduously in some strange, unheard of manner."
Your score for masculinity was 89.
Your score for femininity was 105.
LII-Ne/H, wannabe C
I'm Alpha as _ _ _ _!
113 89 i think. Can't remember now
Your score for masculinity was 133.
Your score for femininity was 89.
Your score for masculinity was 107.
Your score for femininity was 74.
this test seems weird to me. hardly any of the things listed are what i'd call gendered activities; most of them seem totally arbitrary and not indicative of any greater preference to masculinity or femininity. i do like that it has an "undifferentiated" quadrant, though.
- Your score for masculinity was 96.
- Your score for femininity was 97.
“As a general rule, people, even the wicked, are much more naïve and simple-hearted than we suppose. And we ourselves are, too.” — Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Brothers Karamazov