Only ~0.8% of the human population are INTJ females, so they are also the rarest personality type.You’re unlikely to find an INTJ female, especially if they don’t want to be found, due to the INTJ preference for staying in quiet places where they can enjoy privacy and time alone. The female INTJ’s childhood might appear harsh and difficult.
This often comes across to others—even other INTJs—as arrogance.
Really, the INTJ just knows he’s analyzed far more data than those around him.
INTJs are also terrible at explaining their thoughts sometimes. And many of the ideas and relationships aren’t thought out in words. And communication is often detached from emotional content.
That makes translating their thoughts into language extremely difficult. To many other types, it makes the INTJ seem robotic and unfeeling.
But, fair warning, you’re going to get an exceedingly honest answer. INTJs are exceedingly direct and often appreciate this quality in others.