I'm actually (internally) sensitive to social cues when I am paying attention, but I may appear to not be. Most of the time, I am either thinking about something other than the social cue (which makes me seem oblivious) or I ignore them (because I don't agree with that certain social "rule").
Same here, although I'm not really one to disagree with the social cue unless it's inequitable (overt or covert), and I absolutely dislike it when inequitable social cues are obliged as if they were rules.
Perhaps it is the constant need for truth in ITPs that leads them to dislike some social cues, such as saying one thing and really doing another (an F thing).
Thinkist: not optimist nor pessimist. I am primarily competent in the enneagram.
SX 9w1, SP 5w6, SP 3w4 | Split with the first two
Ti-Se-Si-Ni-Te-Fi-Ne-Fe. I'm always questioning this, particularly the Si.
Big 5/Global5/SLOAN: RCUEX