Honestly, no. Some of my best friends have been INTPs. The world doesn't hate them, they're odd and quiet so the world doesn't acknowledge them for the most part. When it comes right down to it, regular folk rarely notice INTPs. When the do, it's generally as a result of their weird behavior, which evokes a wtf (very small wtf at that) response. I think INTPs often like to believe they're hated, but that's probably not a fair or accurate account of the way others actually see them. Mostly, others don't notice them at all. They're kind of like ghosts IRL.
I'd say about 50% of the people that I encounter don't get any conclusive read on me in either direction.
Overall a good amount will get a WTF response from the way I act, but then again it's not like I stick around to really get feedback with any depth. If people get to know me a bit, or see the way I respond to certain things, then they might really be angered or annoyed. That's usually heavily biased by their preconceptions and the confusion this causes for them. I usually can sense a slight negative vibe with their stance towards me though. It sucks sometimes
My cold, snide, intellectual life is just a veneer, behind which lies the plywood of loneliness.
I don't know.
Most don't hate me openly, anyway.
Some people might hate the fact that I'm an outspoken, open-minded, boyish girl with a penchant for unnatural hair colors who's often kind of vulgar.
But that has nothing to do with me being an INTP.
My INTP traits are the ones people probably like more.
I think a lot of people don't know me well enough to hate me, unless they just hate me because of my appearance, which is possible.