A falsetto is not in any conceivable meaning defined by being "forced", and there is no useful singing voice where the perceived resonance (what some voice types are named after) would be in the throat.
Basically you are throwing around words in the hope that they mean something you can read up upon using the internet. But in the internet you have no guarantee of consistent terminology between two articles from people who know what they are talking about, and consequently no guarantee of consistent terminology in even a single article that is more likely than not a melange of distributed knowledge and half-knowledge from different places.
Even when you get a serious anatomically correct book about singing, there is no guarantee that it will converse in the same terms as any given vocal teacher or student.
Don't rely on hearsay for your vocal health. It's like learning watch repair on your own: more likely than not you'll already damage a watch when trying to open it. Even the worst repairmen have enough of a clue to avoid most inadvertant damage from forcing things where it does not help at all.
A voice tends to be comparatively robust and not easily damaged unless you convince yourself that stuff that neither works nor sounds nor feels great is as it should be and just piling on more of the same will make it work. And angling for half-knowledge is half the road there.
Watches are possibly less forgiving when you try forcing something you shouldn't. But watches can be replaced, chalked off as probably unnecessary learning cost. Your voice not.
So if you are finding yourself collecting a hotchpotch of advice fragments from the internet, you may even be better off trusting your own feeling instead. But it will be more useful to get an actual teacher to listen to you.