I didn't deny that this forum has an obvious pro-N bias, as much as you seem to wish I did.
I try not to use Sensing against people, but I am only human and I can't deny my own biases. For that I am truly sorry.
The idea that there's no such thing as a person who prefers abstract generalities to concrete details is ridiculous. "N" and "S" are only arbitrary labels applied to real perceptual thinking styles, but the concepts that they represent are very real. (Not that I expect a meaningful response from Nadir or anyone else, here.)
If being openly iNtuitive would get me literally covered in tar and feathers, I would shut up about it. I think it's smarter to be quiet about your beliefs when the consequences for stating them reach a certain point of severity.
If you've read any of my posts you've probably also heard me complain about the negative aspects of INTPs, INFPs, ENFPs, INTJs and even ENTPs ourselves. You can pretend all you want that I automatically attribute all perceived negative personality traits to Sensing, but I'm well aware that every type has flaws and problems and I make no attempt at hiding my own.
In fact, my real life disagreements with people stem just as much from J vs. P as they do from S vs. N. I tend to feel a little more comfortable around ESFP than ENFJ, but I guess you didn't bother finding that out before launching into a blanket dismissal of all my views on this topic.
Oh, and for the blue guy--
Of course my disagreements with ESFJ mom are a result of perceptual differences on both ends. If you have any more lovely words to cram down my throat, save them please. The point, which you've missed with flying colors, was that while I acknowledge the difference in these perceptual styles and attempt to use them to explain some disagreements, my ESFJ mother thinks such perceptual differences are lies that I made up to avoid responsibility. I see her perspective and she doesn't see mine; that's where most of the anti-SJ bigotry comes from, get it?