I have had some experience with being bullied by both girls and boys.
I got bullied by one of those top girls in Jr. High. I think she was an ESFJ or ENFJ.
When it comes to emotional abuse and for enlisting confederates (a lot of them, it seems like they do it with the 'your with us or against us' tactic. Although not as harsh in depth of bullying they make up for it in scope. I think the reason she decided to bully me because she was attracted to me and I was a little to slow on the uptake. Residual effect lasted for a few years even when she gave up after the second year
I occasionally harshly bust someoneís balls in a behavior similar to bullying. However although it can be intense it is usually short lived unless the recipient keeps coming back for more. In general I hate long term bullies but am mostly tolerant of short term ones.
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Originally Posted by Edgar
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I'd say any unhealthy type can be both the bully and the victim.
Someone with a physical deformity or something unique about themselves could be the victim of a bully aside from how they are internally.
Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE!
That again depends individually. I've never been bullied in my whole life because I've always been above it. I've never been a bully either. If you don't let people get to you, then they have nothing to intimidate you with.
This is rather self righteous for talking about children's interactions with each other.
I think ENTPs can bully without being aware they are doing it, the ENTJs at my high school seemed to make people feel inferior. I was the only INT in my year and i got bullied because i would never react which is why INs are probably considered as most likely to get bullied, not assertive and unlikely to react so people feel they can get away with it.
As for INTP being the bullee. INTP's, me at least and some others I know, are pretty much immune to bullying.
Eh... I was bullied and I cared. This was like 4th-6th grade. Mostly because I couldn't hit a softball and brought books about mummies to school. My school must have been weird, because girls were more likely to be made fun of for sucking at sports than for how they looked or dressed, apparently.