I've been perusing some of the older threads on this board concerning Fe.
There appears to be some consensus that the moral structure of Fe is somehow derived from society, culture or some external construct along those lines. I can't speak for others, but as a supposed "Fe user" I don't don't really identify with this interpretation. I grew up with religion and modern American culture, and yet, I don't agree with either on a Fe level. I'm sure my morals have been influenced by some external structures, like my family (and perhaps religion and culture to a lesser degree), but they hardly define them.
It also seems that some people see Fe as being somewhat "codependent" and fake. Perhaps this is an "unhealthy" quality of Fe. I would rather be brutally honest than tell someone a lie just to spare myself guilt or a nasty reply. There are some exceptions to this, but I've learned that most people can easily see when I'm "just trying to be nice".
I also have a hard time believing I'm incapable of experiencing Fi. It seems like all these functions are defined in such a rigid manner. But they're actually fluid and amorphous, impossible to define concretely. How do we know when one function stops and another begins when they all work cohesively?
I'm wondering what other people's thoughts are on this.