G: I like the idea of looking good, etc
B: I can rarely be bothered to make any sort of effort to look good.
G: I place a premium on 'me' - I regard my feelings as valid and worthwhile, and I'm not afraid to 'feel' what I 'feel'.
B: That doesn't mean I always want to 'talk about it' at the drop at the hat. Sometimes I'd rather grunt and wish to be left alone.
G: I enjoy relating to others through conversation, I favour intellectual/emotional intimacy.
B: Sometimes, if I've nothing to say, I'm comfortable being totally mute with others. I don't feel a great need for small talk and I rarely make an effort to get to know people I happen to encounter, i.e. on a train.
G: I'm a relatively sensitive person. I don't like profanity, I don't like bodily excess, I don't like rudeness, etc. I intentionally 'tone down' my language, buzz off, oh sugar, balderdash, etc. and I find people belching, or talking in a vulgar way about ..err, stuff... deeply offputting.
B: I drink too much and make an idiot out of myself far too often.
G: I like 'weepy' music and sentimental movies. I often have tears in my eyes during 'human interest' stories on the news.
B: I like violent gangster flicks, anything brutal really, and "erotica".
G: I can get very overwhelmed, emotional, etc.
B: I don't find this at all easy to express - sometimes it comes across as caveman like anger.
G: I'm very 'into' the idea of lifelong love, commitment, etc.
B: I'm very 'into' the idea of casual, meaningless sex with nameless bodies.
My coupling the attributes like this is, of course, to highlight a few factors:
1. Gender is often performative. When I see a women reacting to a spider, for example, I often wonder how much of the reaction is 'learned': a way of showing 'just how' feminine she is. Is she genuinely frightened, or is it a performance of being frightened? (There are male analogues of course: i.e. a man getting upset over a spilt drink in a bar)
2. 'Male' and 'female' worlds aren't really that separate. A healthy human is one who responds to the situation in a genuine way, follows genuine interests, rather than following expectations of gender, etc. We all have "feminine" and "masculine" sides to our nature - a complete human is one who realises this and doesn't try to 'block off' one or the other.