I don't know that I can imagine any scenario where someone felt as though they didn't fit in simply because of their being a sensor or intuitive, regardless of what they are surrounded by, type-wise. Perhaps I'm wrong.
Being neither an Intuitive, nor a sensor who grew up surrounded by intuitives in the household, I can't give a fair example... but I am an ISFP, who grew up in a household with an ESFP father, ISFP mother, and ESFJ sister. Of me and my sister, it was me that was the outcast. Reason being, I was always too emotional, sensitive and impulsive, often careless, and unmotivated in school. I'd say most of my not fitting in, was because I was not a role model child. In fact, I was a lot like my parents when they were younger (though how much they are aware of this, I'm uncertain.) But either way, they were parents, like most any other, that wanted a child that was sociable, made good grades, and worked hard at school. These are less to do with my being a Sensor, and more to do with the fact that I was an introvert, a feeler and a perceiver.
I really dislike the mindset that being intuitive makes you an alien. There's a very very thin line between S and N. And we're all capable of using both, and in fact do to some degree. A more accurate reason for difference may be... being an Fi-dom dealing with a dominant Te father. Or being an Ni-dom and having to grow up in an Se-dominated household.
I believe depending on the "type" of sensor or intuitive you are may also be a better indicator of which other sensors or intuitives you are capable of getting along with better, due to other traits.
I personally have the most difficult time with ESTP females, but note, we're both sensors. ESTP females always see me as some weird alien, and often tease me. And I collide a lot with ENTJ males due to their overbearing Te, that conflicts with my inferior Te.
Following this train of thought, I a scenario with say, ISFJ and ESFP parents to an ENFP child, would go on without differences and conflict. S/N would be no indicator of weirdness in their child. And an ENTJ father with a INTP mother to an ISTP child, would also prove to be without conflict.