Do you think there is a correlation between MBTI type and the ease at which or the method that an individual takes to discover and understand their sexuality/gender identity?
From personal experience as a queer INTP (5 on the Kinsey scale), I think my type played a big role in my questioning process. Being in the gray area caused me to research for months on end and never really reach a conclusion; I'm still not 100% percent sure because how can you ever be sure about something that can be fluid and subject to slight changes and variances.
I'm willing to hypothesize that my Ti - Ne - Si loop went on the fritz and my Ti starting analyzing all the ways that the information could be wrong or right, Ne found new possibilities and kept adding in other options, and Si had me constantly referring to old info from the past and that I wrongly thought would invalidate my sexuality. (It probably also didn't help my little brain that I've had no experience, so technically this was all theory and could have been wrong, but I'm not particularly fond of going out and playing the field, so I just researched.) And my weak little Fe at the bottom, would occasionally worry about what people would think.
Do you think there is a type that more easily will come to know their true identity - that is once they have moved on from stereotypes and thought that they might fall under the LGBTQA+ umbrella - or a type that the questioning process is easier for?