Early in life, when the personality is mostly unnuanced and the child is trying to stabilize her primary function, the NT child often finds her own inclinations crushed by the adults and peers belonging to the dominant culture.
Sheer statistics alone means that this will be an SJ/SP environment.
SPs (with an extroverted sensing function) usually don't try to crush the child, but those with extroverted judging functions often place demands on the child regardless of her personal inclinations, simply because of their need for closure.
NTs do not operate according to the same priorities and end up feeling alienated, alone, put down, disregarded. The Ti/Te and Ne/Ni combinations usually result in someone who sees what is possible as hinted at the structure of the outer world, but the SJ conventions just tend to focus on what seems to be a very arbitrary or limiting way of life. (They aren't, necessarily, but the NT child perceives it that way.)
So the child usually ends up feeling bitterness (and/or loses self-esteem) as part of being the minority misunderstood view and especially in F-related issues is forced to do things that make no sense to her and thus violates her own sensibilities.
As adults, then, depending on how controlling/aggressive the social environment was growing up, there is often a bitter reaction to F-dominant traits.
I see as something that has to get worked through, in order for the NT child to become free to be herself, so that she isn't constantly reacting against the ghosts of the past.