More people list their type than not so it never bothers me but I guess the gripe is that in real life people don't walk around with their type tattooed on their forehead, so if you want to interact with or inconspicuously observe what the types are like you can do that here to a certain degree but only if people have their type listed.
The negative side to this is that we tend to be judgmental about types and that seems to be what a lot of people are trying to avoid when not listing their type.
Of course one might suggest growing a set of balls and fighting that tendancy... in yourself and others- even if you feel that it's a losing battle... they're going to stereotype people here and in real life, you might as well put some effort into standing up for what you beleive for in a more meaningful way than just hiding behind some false letters
Really- I tend to see most people with other sets of letters down as either childish or chicken
I agree with you here except I'd add that it can get really lonely standing up for yourself because people just end up feeling shame and guilt but they still don't like you and will still ignore you.
imagine having to pretend to be another type to get a job!!
Like every job interview I've ever done! Imagine handing an ISFP profile to a potential employer, they would wonder if you'd ever turn up to work at all! They'd imagine you spending every day singing and frollicking in the meadows!
I don't think I have ever been treated ungraciously on here because S is in my type, unless I've been really oblivious. Most people have been really positive.