It's a not unnoticed observation that giving anything away about yourself will always give you a disadvantage in life.
I dont like doing it so people that have known me for years, even as a child, do not in fact know me, but then again I have no sense of self anyhow.
It's like extraversion or introversion, I wouldn't want to identify as either in real life because most people have built up perceptions of what something is in their minds.
To be free of that judgement would be nice, but I dont think anyone can be and im as guilty of it as anyone else.
The point is that in the context of MBTI, would you ever want to advertise what type you are? Either in real life OR online. Because it seems to me that doing so removes you as a person to replaced with the type, not always of course because it depends on the perception of others, but often it is the case. Of course this is just based off personal, heuristic evidence from my own experiences in life.
So there isn't any real proof beyond my assumptions, so no statistics or measurements, just pure unadulterated speculative BS.
But isn't that what this is all about in the first place?