I just think intuitevs are used to being the odd one out or made to feel like we don't make sense or care about stupid stuff or do things in a strange way so you get here and there are more n's than s's so it's like opposite world or something.
Yeah, I agree with this. It's a "reverse bias" in a way.
I know that when I got into MBTI, the S/N dichotomy explained a lot of my communication issues with Sensors in my life (who I otherwise enjoy a lot). When you have a new revelation, you tend to talk about it, especially when in company of those who can relate (this place is N dominated). Then over time, you learn to be annoyed with other types, like Thinkers .
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
It's because intuitives hate sensors but they project their fear and prejudice upon the other intuitives, because they are far too magnanimous and enlightened to be biased against sensors (I HATE those concrete in the moment monstrosities!)
Most S/N descriptions are really poorly written and miss a lot of important points.
Most also focus only on Se and neglect Si, and then don't even bother to list the positive aspects of Se. So the S descriptions just tend to sound like characteristics of dumb SPs, which is obviously pretty misleading.
If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?
It seems as though the 90% of TypeC members that are apparently 'not biased' complain that 90% are 'biased' against sensors...
Something is wrong here.
Indeed, or there are lots of hypocrites here.
I think much less than 90% of the people complain, but the ones that complain stand out and it seems there are much more.
Moreover, there are people biased against Sensors, and the same holds here... the loud ones stick out.
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