It's probably a good thing I didn't know anything about mbti as a child!! (and I sometimes wonder whether I wouldn't have tested more 'S' as a child anyway...I mean, none of my problems as a child had anything to do with my having intuitions that other people didn't have. At least I wouldn't coin it that way).
I don't think my problems had anything to do with mbti. I was simply highly sensitive, above-average IQ, virtually no social skills, no confidence, and couldn't really relate to any of my peers outside of ones I could count on one hand. But I don't think any of those things had anything to do with N/S solely. Perhaps the combo of letters, but I also think much of it fell outside of mbti.
Yah, I don't think bullying is that strongly related to MBTI, its more related to the things you mentioned; confidence, sensitivity, social skills, ect. Those things are themselves only losely related to MBTI. For me, it was a combination of being sensitive (I reacted to insults), and having low confidence. I've been teased a little bit for... not a lack of social skills, but a weird personality that doesn't fit a lot of "norms" at times, but a lot of people find it pleasantly amusing, so thats not that bad. I was bullied before it became apparent to anyone that I was perhaps above average in intelligence, and now I get respect for it more than anything. I guess this is because my confidence has improved a lot. I think no matter who you are, if you can be confident, at least some people will respect you, even if they think you are nuts. If not, fuck 'em, you don't need people anyway