They show a preference for objects over people in terms of interaction, a trait they share with males.
They just generally tend to think and act more like men, including in their activity preferences.
They may look a little more masculine, and act more like men in their attitudes.
They may have even been called “tomboys” growing up.
And, don’t assume that high-T women are gay, at least not the women who were exposed to higher levels of testosterone while in the womb.
Many even have more testosterone in them now than other women.In many cases the more masculine features are there, but subtle. The biggest differences, however, seem to come in how high testosterone women think and act.For example, even as children, they draw differently than other girls.High T girls are more competitive, take more risks, pursue power, compartmentalize their emotions, are more sexually aggressive, and have different tastes in men.They also may tend to be tomboys, something which, like the other traits mentioned above, likely goes back to prenatal testosterone exposure.