If it's a "sensors world" I don't much sense it. Is it hidden privilege? Am I unaware of how I benefit from the privileges of being S at the expense of Ns? Is it like white privilege (except without, you know, any of the history of real oppression behind it?)
I still have yet to receive satisfactory answers for the following questions:
1. How is the world S? What specifically do you mean by that?
2. In what specific ways are you, as an N, oppressed by Ss or S society?
3. In what specific ways are you, as an S, aware of your privilege as an S being in S society?
4. In what specific ways have you Ns adapted to S society?
Why has it been so difficult to get a clear argument from any of you? Why should I accept these assertions at face value? Until I see evidence that some experiences of disenfranchisement can ONLY be explained as a result of being an N in an S environment, I'm not going to believe it. That means no cheating: no attribution to context (because if it's a general rule, it has to be consistently true across multiple contexts), no specifying functions (because then it would be a type or temperament issue, not an S/N dichotomy issue), and no tautological statements (e.g., it's true because it's true.)