I've decided to stop fighting the stereotype. People can hate me if they want to. I won't like it, but I'm also done with trying to play myself down so I don't freak people out. I've been trying to do that for longer than I care to relate, and it's getting old.
Fuzzy, xNTP girls are pretty feisty and brave. From the girlfriends I've made here, I highly doubt they'll run for it.
Thanks Pink! No, she won't. We've actually known each other for about a year and have these strange, irregular converstions, where it's like we've actually been close and trusted each other for years when we barely spend any time together, just around each other. The problem has been more my physical condition (I was a fatass), and my confidence level. That's no longer a problem, but I'm not quite where I want to be yet before I ask her out.
I really don't have to worry about competition though...Holly weirds out most of the guys in Fusion, so despite her georgiousity, I'm relatively sure I'm one of the only ENFJs around.
With attraction long term to my own type as well as the dynamic opposites both attract. It was a toss up to polar opposites. Since INTPs are so rare it is so very refreshing to meet them. It is like speaking a second language and then going back to the mother land where you can speak your native tongue.
Am however dating my opposite of an ESFJ of recent. Although she physically drains me of my vital essence, there still is a magical dynamic electricity when we meet. Sometime, especially during sex or after 2 or 3 glasses of wine, it feels like we temporarily exchange each others features. She becomes the INTP and I the ESFJ.
By the way, I quite like INFJ's, probably the only none NT of which I am almost without exception interested in. (Ie. just about every INFJ I know I can get along with pretty well and have tons of fun with.)
My other interests are mainly other NT's.