I've been floating around various MBTI related websites since I found out about MBTI in 2004. One thing I have consistently, without fail noticed is the distinct vein of antipathy towards Ss, particularly SJs.
First of all, I'm sick of intuitives acting like they're some more evolved human being that if only the pissant little Ss that populate the world would disappear they would have some type of utopia on earth. Oh, we could keep a few around to pick up the garbage (ISTJs I suppose) and fix our cars (ISTPs?), but the rest can all die.
Yes, yes, I know you're so misunderstood. No one understands what a complex intuitive you are. You're so developed and can't be bothered with anything sensor related. And then some people put their 95% N score in their sig like it's significant or something. Check this out...if you are unable to get along with the most of the Ss you meet I dare say they are not the problem. If you find yourself blaming your difficulties in getting along with a person or group of people on "they're an S," Run, don't walk, to the your nearest library or bookstore and make a beeline to the self-help section.
Then we have the fact that intuitives can't withstand the cultural hegemony that SJs represent. They encroach upon your life so much and crush your fragile soul. You should emerge a diamond. I'm beginning to think that SJs are not the unreasonable ones. Where is your stamina and perseverance? I wonder what type has those qualities on tap? What was with Muhammed and that mountain again? When I encounter SJs that are so rigid that they won't bend even if it would benefit them (and that's very rare), I just leave them alone. I don't stew, I don't get angry. Even other SJs think they're crazy. It's actually kinda funny to me. And of course, intuitives never display such behavior.
Everyone is programmed. Don't think you aren't just because you're intuitive. Most people don't realize they're programmed (Ns included). Even when people become aware of their programming they don't bother to change it (Ns included). And if you do become aware of your programming and you want to change it all you're doing is choosing another program. Once again, get over yourself.
And if anyone is worried about appearing inauthentic, please believe it's me. When I get around different types of people, sometimes I don't even recognize myself. But I know who I am at my core and I don't worry anymore. When it's appropriate and I'm around a bunch of SJs, I say what the fuck I want to and act how I want. At best I'll get a you're so silly and at worst I'll get a dirty look. Don't think I haven't encountered that SJ mentality I hear people complaining about. When it's wrong, it feels insurmountable. But when is it ever right? I never read Ns giving SJs their due credit. All I hear is they won't let me be me !!
And I just love how whenever someone's having a problem with another person, they give their type as if that's the reason. Rarely does anyone approach the problem from an individual level. And then we give advice addressing their type and not their person. Most advice fits with most people. Who doesn't want to feel acknowledged and appreciated? Who doesn't want to hear a job well done or a thank you? Who doesn't want to be left alone sometimes (yes even Extroverts feel that way once in a blue moon).
I wish more intuitives would be critical of themselves and not SJs. Maybe some of the problems intuitives have with them would be eliminated if the blaming would stop. There are problems endemic to being human. No amount of Jungian typology is going to erase that. Once you're dead, you won't have to worry about it, so that should be your twinkling light at the end of the tunnel. DEATH.
And you know when the end comes, and it's all about survival I'm finding the closest ESTJ or ISTP I can lay my hands on and offering my ovaries. I think I'd have better chances and start the newer and improved next generation of Ns.