The S.A.G.E. is based on gender stereotypes and outdated assumptions about gender. It is basically based on the idea that women can not be athletic (sorry Serena Williams, Leila Ali and Amanda Nunes), are bad at math and science (sorry Marie Curie, Ruth Benedict, Dian Fosey, and Mary Cartwright), are overly emotional and have a hard time with analysis (sorry RGB and Sandra Day O’Connor), and can not even catch a football (if I knew anything about football [English or American] I could list some people, but I’m sure those of you who know the sports can think of someone).
While I admit those characteristics personally fit me to a T, and the results affirm my own gender identity as being feminine, they are also still stereotypes, and the test should really only be used for entertainment purposes. I would take any results, self-affirming or not, with a massive grain (or dump truck full) of salt.