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I would love to hear about it or your opinion on female INTJs in the comments.

This is probably the hardest issue I will tackle on this blog: How being a black INTJ woman is diametrically opposed to the stereotype that is perpetuated in American culture. Think: Rochelle on radio show in the 1920’s, and the ensuing television program in the 1950’s. Those characteristics led to the descriptive “Sapphire complex.” That complex and the modern day “angry black woman” parallel are so ingrained in the American psyche, that people are sometimes perplexed when a black female does not fulfill that stereotype.

In the past few months, I have been studying Myers Briggs Personality Types as a means of developing and understanding fictional characters.

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Since we are so rare in the real world and the INTJ personality type seems to contradict the average woman’s personality, most writers struggle to understand female INTJs well enough to write one.

Hopefully, I can clear some of this confusion up with this post.

Though female INTJs are the rarest female type in real life (estimated to be less than 1% of the female population), I was disappointed that they do not have a better representation in fiction– especially when male INTJs, who are almost as rare (3%ish), are so popular (such as Mr.

Darcy, Atticus Finch, Ender Wiggin, and Sherlock Holmes).

The neck rollin’, finger waggin’, loud-mouthed, cursin’, hands on her hips sista’.

Recently, my mother shared a story with me for the first time.

A few months ago, I wrote a post about how I outline my characters which includes using MBTI for each of my characters.

Many other authors also find that the Myers Briggs Personality types are a great foundation for build characters, and many readers enjoy typing characters as a means of understanding them.

(Duh.) These two parts of the INTJ female both have to be apparent in the character for your character to be interesting and well rounded—even though, it often appears that the two parts of the INTJ Female clash.

Hopefully, this post has given you some idea and tips for writing a female INTJ character. Have you spotted the elusive female INTJ, or are you writing one?

Would a suburban, white, teenage girl lose a speech contest because she wasn’t “angry?

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