If you don't mind, look through the chart and add up your personal score? Discuss the results (or not ... depending on your mood post-calculation...)
A little help on the Gender category: I believe that CIS means that one is a male who holds the traditional male behaviors and vice-versa. Someone who scores +20 are men's men while +20 for women are lady's women. Trans score of +10 is where males mostly hold to the traditional male roles but still have a bit of femininity to them. The closest thing I can think of is metrosexuality but that just be a oversimplication. And vice versa for women being a girlish tomboy might earn a person a +10. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisgender
Am I close on that understanding?
I scored 65 because Canada is not on there so I went under the USA mantle. If that doesn't count, then I'd be 45. My husband is 110 without picking a country. And that's with deductions for not being handsome and being a scientist.
I think it is minus 15 for doing it on a Saturday or Friday night. Probably means we have nothing better to do than this test. No social life.
I did it now this Sunday morning. Last night I watched TV - no social life last night. So I kept my 15 points.
See how unfair life is.
I would have been @45, minus the 15 for a saturday night and I'm at +30..
Sun 21 Oct, 2012 03:31 pm
Whoever did the "Status" section needs remedial math.
Sun 21 Oct, 2012 05:57 pm
Actually, he's in technical sales, so I put down "Technology," but that only accounts for 5 points. Being a straight, white, able-bodied male in the US gave him most of those points. But...privileged? That's a bit of a stretch.