1) Most of the stereotypes listed here are amended by putting "most" or "rather" in it. If Sensors aren't more practical and concrete than iNtuitors, why would you make the S-N distinction? People are different. It's the differences that make life interesting. If we go for an "everybody is the same" route in order to not offend anybody, we take all meaning out of typology. And if you're offended, please read #3.
2) Feeling is not about emotion - what is it about, then?
There are people who would rather decide on emotions, values and people and other, different people who would rather decide on logic, efficiency and goals. If this is NOT the F-T distinction, I'm throwing F-T out of my favorite typology and use this one as replacement. I want to type my fiction characters as emotional or cold or something in between.
3) The main issue is, according to me, that some of the stereotypes or characteristics are seen as intrinsically better. Is objectivity intrinsically better? I don't think so. But as long as the nuance of "better" is attached to it, people will be offended if you say they are not "objective", and rightly so.