I think it's possible to be able to appreciate all types for what they are and consider them "equal" in the sense of value, without having to be friends with many people of each different type.
IOW, I might be able to come to respect ESFJ types... but it doesn't mean I need to be around them all the time or enjoy all the time I spend with them. Nor does it even mean I *want* to spend a large amount of time with them.
Which serves as a segue to it being the same thing with the ENTJs I've met here on the forums, for me. I find it interesting just to hear what it's like internally for them, and I can appreciate the strengths of the ENTJ type... but personally, the ones I've met have tended to be far too direct/forward and dominating for me to enjoy conversing with them too often. I usually end up feeling trampled, or not listened to, or ignored, or whatever. And I am sure many of them have opposite gripes with me -- thinking I hold back too much, or am not direct enough, or take too many personal feelings of others into account in my approach and thus watering down my comments, or whatnot.
But it's really just the inevitable friction. We can really only hope to remain "open" to each other, but we can't expect to be close friends with every sort of person out there.