My husband is interested in this to a point, but not really. We have known we are different even before knowing about personality types. He just likes my brand of weird.
Here's another way of looking at things. There are only two ways to change a system: from the inside or the outside. From the inside, you get the benefit of the structure J-types provide, with some annoying collateral concerns to focus on, such as what they expect of you - responsibilities of cleaning, regular employment etc etc. From the outside, you get the benefit of tossing the structure of others, but you will quickly discover you need some kind of structure, and you'll have to make your own structure in order to survive. You can't evade the Te aspect of living. You'll have to learn to deal with it one way or another.
Realize that when an SJ rejects some of your choices, they aren't rejecting you, they are rejecting their inferior functions. Can you try to not take it personally? I know this will likely take you many years, and even now at my age, I'm still not always good at taking such criticisms impersonally. I am and always shall be weird. And you know, it's ok.