I have to put in here something that's been niggling me - I don't understand why people are afraid to test as Sensers. That's absurd. If I were a Senser, I'd be all "YAY FOR ME!" Intuition is gimpy and I'm stuck with it.
If someone believes they're Intuitive (by definition, erroneous or correct), why would they be offended to hear from their friends that they think they're a Senser? I've seen precious few Sensers who've been upset by an implication of Intuition.
Why are Intuitives/Pseudo-Intuitives so touchy about that?
I think part of it is because they may have been berated as children for N traits and they tried to change but were not able to and so to suddenly be accused of not being N creates a feeling of "well then were the hell would I fit in?"
Originally Posted by Dana
The forum culture here generally values the abstract over of the concrete (most likely due to the subject matter), and I can imagine that such a preference is rarely found the majority of wherever most of us find ourselves in our daily lives, so this place serves as a sort of safe-haven, and in order to protect this ideal atmosphere, sensors are out-grouped, if only implicitly.