All I see is me using language to precisely put across what I want to convey. I see no difference in the language I use to yours. It almost sounds as if you wish to justify ignoring variables and cognitive bias's by claiming that anyone who tries to put forth an opinion against generalising or stereotyping is part of an indoctrinated political correctness mindset. Although it could just be that you are tired of the 'calling out' of stereotyping that goes on so often, which I can understand. Not all generalising is bad, afterall, the human mind needs catagorisation in order to make the world easier to understand. But it is important to recognise what it is that you are generalising, if anything it's more about precision than being polite or nice. Some things generalised are of no consequence....some are.
Shall I simplify what I said before? Lots of people go along with being politically correct, they argue and fight with passion for any little thing which they see as 'injustice' or what they have been taught is injustice, but going back with what I said above, there is a time and a place. I see and hear casual prejudice all the time in my own town....do I get on a high horse about it? Do I go around trying to force people to my mindset? No I dont. In fact I dont even dislike those people, why should I? Just because they project a bit of prejudice? Is it about someone being black or indian or chinese etc..? Or women or men? Or being gay or bisexual? But the thing is they are not bad people and I recognise that most of them wouldn't act on their opinions anyhow.
I dont have to like those opinions, but it isn't my job to go around telling others how to think, like an opinion police force. I did sound like that to you because I didn't choose my words correctly, I normally would have advised not told.
My aversion to generalising is my own, no one elses, my parents did not bring me up to recnognise it, the kids I grew up with definitely did not share my same mindset and teachers and other adults were of no consequence.
This is something I came to from an observation of others, how people will hide behind anything that is an all covering blanket term and simplification of something that is not in the least bit simple. It's the sign of a lazy mind and people who are 'PC' are just as guilty as those who are not.
I suspect I just see things in an unnecessarily complex way, but then again that in itself is subjective, you might see it as such but I might not and another person might perceive things differently again.
Ah well sorry for what probably looked like an outburst. I should have simply said: I see introversion as more complex than that because different introverted types can display extroversion and be quite outgoing depending upon what functions they possess.