Each individual has their own blend of femininity and masculinity. No one is entirely masculine or entirely feminine; we all have masculine, feminine, or androgynous qualities in us, to different degrees. A way to analyze someone’s overall essence is by looking at their Enneagram type(s). Each Enneagram type is more stereotypically feminine or masculine, or both (aka androgynous).
Masculine: 8, 7 > 5
Feminine: 9, 4 > 2
Androgynous: 6, 1, 3
People who have a lot of 8, 7, or 5 will come across as having a more masculine essence. 8s being aggressive and “gutsy”, 7s being hedonistic, 5s being logical.
People who have a lot of 9, 4, or 2 will come across as having a more feminine essence. 2s being supportive and expressive, 9s being yielding and conflict-avoidant, 4s being emotionally touchy and introspective.
People who have a lot of 6, 1, or 3 will come across as having a more androgynous essence; or rather, depending on their gender and personal values, they may come across as either more feminine or more masculine. For instance, 3s will generally try to be an extreme version of their gender; the women are often hyper-feminized, and the men hyper-masculinized in appearance, though the women do retain an ambitious drive and assertiveness that is a bit masculine, and the men’s appearance is rather metrosexual, which is a bit feminine.
The masculine core types: 8w7, 7w8
leaning slightly androgynous: 7w6
leaning androgynous: 8w9 < 5w6 < 5w4
The feminine core types
leaning slightly androgynous: 9w1, 4w3
leaning androgynous: 9w8, 4w5 < 2w1, 2w3
The androgynous core types
leaning feminine: 1w9 > 1w2, 3w4 > 3w2
leaning masculine: 6w7 > 6w5