I have often thought that it was my introversion that made it difficult to get along with people, but after reading this I think it more of my N.
On an introvert group I am on, I there is a lot of "no one understands me (except other introverts) because I am an introvert" sentiment. I wonder if it is really more that they are N that is the factor. Both N and introversion are in the minority and have trouble finding connections with people.
I was surprised to find that I can identify with large parts of what the EN people on the site have said.
At first I would have thought that the extrovertion would help Ns to fit in better. In other words I though that INs had it rougher then ENs, but after reading this I would have changed my mind. It is much easier for INs to turn their back on the crowd and spend time with themselve. I suspect INs tend to be more introverted than ISs because they have a harder time finding people they get along with.
I also think the opposite gender T/F is a factor. I am female, but I can find guys I can talk too much more easily than women. It is easier for me to make friends with males than females.
p.s. Please stop changing the thread title.