I'm an INFJ, 2w1, 5w4, 1w9 for those who are interested in the psychobabble theories. I feel that they're useful for self-reflection and also just fun to think about.
Something I'd like to point out is the unusual way I understand myself. Between being a more emotionally expressive individual and putting value on honest in-depth communication I exhibit more behavioral qualities associated with "femininity" than most men. I've come to the conclusion that it takes more confidence to own up to these qualities than to deny them for the purpose of appearing more "masculine" or acceptable by social norms.
I've found that this can be frustrating for some people because I never fit neatly into the categories, with particular generalizations, that individuals project onto my physical appearance. However, the few who have made genuine efforts to understand me have made me feel a love beyond words. That's why I extend that same effort to people by always trying to learn the specifics of how they see themselves and what motivates them in life.
With that in mind, some words and phrases I would use to describe myself include: open-minded, empathetic, considerate, playful introspective, creative, romantic, inquisitive, avid reader, feminist, funny, sensitive, musical, non-arrogant intellectual, kid at heart, perfectionist, and overall a strange and intricate variety of paradoxes.