I will never apologize for or stop attacking the negative psychopathic traits or stop saying psychopathy is a bad thing, and in the same vein, I will always fight to make the distinction between a real psychopath and those who won't necessarily sit there and pamper the more needy and emotional.
If you are lacking empathy or remorse and can move to violence or anything else that's harmful to others without even batting an eyelash, then I take it all back because then I think you have problems. Such a self-centered no holds barred existence is dangerous to those around you. Could you slit my throat without blinking twice, even though you aren't (I assume) a trained killer? That would be worrisome. Sometimes you don't have to be a psychopath to have to assess and reign in who you are, but I doubt things are that bad.
I guess my point is that I understand the accusations, and it shouldn't surprise you that an INTP like myself is accused of such things, as you probably hear it complained about all the time, but whatever.
Also, I didn't know this thread was about those with psychopathic traits sharing, I thought it was more a discussion about the pros of being a psychopath and if being a psychopath is such a bad thing, and I had to jump in and say that, yes, while there are pros to being a psychopath it is a very bad thing, and shouldn't be exalted not even a little bit. I also needed to say that there is no need to be a psychopath to learn or have their positive traits.
Here is an online tests for psychopathy:
Obviously a brain scan is the way to determine this, but for those wondering where they land, this might help.