I thought u were a girl, talking about ENFP guy's sexuality.
ok ok. makes a lot more sense now.
i do notice, girls can get pretty competitive with other female friends. as much as guys can w other guys, just in different ways. guys will usually have a clear cut "winner" bc you can resort to sports or fighting or something like that.
Maybe the ones you have known lol the 2 male ENFP's I know would rather be having sex in many many new and inventive ways rather than telling someone else how to do it.
Personally for me, I absolutely love sex, I'd much rather be doing it instead of making a post on here about how much I'd rather be doing it.
Ok, my list so far (and I am only talking from the types I know since I discovered types):
1 - ESTJ/ENTJ - Top of the food chain buddy, appeals to my sub and my dom side, since pwning alpha types in bed is hot and so is being pwned by them.
2 - ENFP - because I love the enthusiasm and the passion, the way they just give of themselves 100%. It's like screwing myself.
3 - ISTj - it was good sex, but too monotonous and he wasn't really open to suggestions because they emasculated him.
Types I'm curious about:
ESTP - because I reckon it would be a whole lot of fun.
ENTP - because the most dangerous things often seem so tempting lol.
INTP - because I know an INTP who's sexual imagination is out of this world.
The other types I just want to cuddle, lots and lots of cuddling in a non sexual way. You guys are teddy bears.
However a perfect specimen of any type could totally change my list, so you never know.
I want to be equal to my partner. So I seek feeling types only. They would never take over me. I am neither dominant nor obedient. I like switching roles. According to my strength at the moment I choose my partner. If I'm weak I choose a weaker type, if I'm strong I choose a stronger type. But I hate being treated like a baby. Neither I like being hard. Normally I like being admired.
How do you appeal to ESTJs? I think it's very hard to talk to them.
My GF is ESTJ. They're very easy to talk to. A lot of people here tend to only know them from a work/school standpoint where they're very much down to business. When you catch them socially they are awesome and a probably mistyped as something else due to bias.