I think @BlackCat makes just about the same observation...
Wouldn't one expect an sx/so to be more involved, though?
This is the description of 5w6 sx/so that made me go "bingo!"
Unfortunately, there wasn't one for 6w5 specifically, and the general one for 6 sx/so was short and relatively useless.5w6 sx/so - "The Mad Theorist." The most mentally intense of all types, a speculative imagination teams up with a visionary intellect to produce an eccentric style that cannot stop theorizing on the frontiers of science, envisioning alternate realities, or predicting the future. Fascinated by the paranormal, the unexplained, the six wing adds a sense of conspiratorial intrigue. They possess abundant nervous energy and are anxious to discharge their thoughts onto others, though the forcefulness of their ideas and sometimes frenzied delivery may overwhem their audience.
...6 sx/so contributed by jase
The sx/so Six channels the sx energy outward against their fears in all directions, but they are less aware of their inner anxiety, displaying a truer counterphobic style, and often resemble Eight. Mike Tyson is a sx/so Six, I would say.
It's just between 5w6 and 6w5.
Same question as for skylights, tho: wouldn't sx/so be more people-focused?
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Would that strike you as more of a 5 or a 6 thing to do?
Also, the way I look at it is like this: this medium allows a certain kind of interaction that I enjoy, that I don't get to do in the same way irl, so, while on here, I take advantage of it and use it in a way that, if somehow this kind of interaction could take place (more) in real life, I would most certainly want it to. I think this medium just allows for real conversation. I mentioned it once in this post: Thus Spake Zarathustra!
Will have to think about this...