Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Interesting Test: BSRI

An interesting test:

There are five genders: masculine, feminine, cross-sexed (opposite your physical gender), androgynous (both) and undifferentiated (neither). And it's not originally an online test, but used to be a pencil-and-paper test created way back in the early 70s.

Quote from: Sandra Bem
The Bem Sex Role Inventory (BSRI) was developed in 1971 by Dr. Sandra Lipsitz Bem. It provides independent assessments of masculinity and femininity in terms of the respondent’s self-reported possession of socially desirable, stereotypically masculine and feminine personality characteristics. This can also be seen as a measurement of the extent to which respondents spontaneously sort self-relevant information into distinct masculine and feminine categories. The self administering questionnaire measures masculinity, femininity, androgyny, and undifferentiated, using the Masculinity and Femininity scales.

Do keep in mind that this test does not conclusively nail you down into one psychological gender. Normally you take a series of tests under the supervision of a trained physician. It is not a substitute for a professional assessment

You scored 58.333 out of 100 masculine points, 61.667 out of 100 feminine points, and 64.167 out of 100 androgynous (neutral) points.

It looks like I may be a trap at heart,

1 comment:

  1. I'm 50 of masculine , same as you for feminine, but lower than you for neutral ( . Guess I'm still more of a girl than my ideal futa goal, lol.


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