Because the thread was originally titled "Why F-ers give me the creeps." and a moderator or the OP herself changed it after it became apparent that the object of the OPs contempt was not, in fact, the so-called "feeling judgment", but rather immature, unhealthy emotionality in others, who, as we all know, can be feelers or thinkers.
Strangely enough, I don't like debating matters of the heart or subjective reasoning. When emotion gets too involved, I don't find it fun or enlightening. I find it painful and so subjective that debating is pointless. Subjective conversation is best when all parties are open and not in competition. I limit it to my friends and family.
I *do* enjoy a good tussle on intellectual matters, especially when the Tussler has a sense of fun and wants some friction. An ENTP I was involved with used to drag me into all sorts of debates, just to get my blood high. I caught on pretty fast that it was his way of getting excited. He liked me lit up, even when I was blasting massive holes in the side of his ship.
(High sea rescue, also foreplay. lol )
It seems he wanted me to take it to him - at one point I was worked into a real storm and was valiantly restraining myself (like a good little NF "should"), but he leaned down face to face and said, "Show me what you got, girl..." I totally let him have it, and he just couldn't stop smiling. lol HUGE glowing smile. It made his day. Creep! We were in competition for a lot of the same things and it was stride-for-stride between us, very enervating. He'd be #1 one day, only to be knocked off by me, and vice versa.
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I can also see how Feeling can be hard to explain. Fe is so "common" that most never need to learn how to explain it as "everyone" already "knows". Fi on the other hand is more along the lines of not having the symbols necissary to communicate the information accurately. Both of these issues can make a particular feeling judgement hard to explain.
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