I think if one uses it as intended, it's more of a springboard for someone to talk about their specific personality traits, and how "Type" might play out in their own way. Not something that negates their individuality. When it's abused, we discard the specific, and rely on stereotypes and generalizations, and assume what someone is by paragraph-long descriptions you can find on Google. That's not necessarily MBTI's fault. That's just being retarded. If someone inclined to this took a step back for a second, they'd realize just how retarded.