I admit, this is rather personally-driven, and I've always had a nagging suspicion that I might be INTP, but I really do wonder about this.
I don't doubt that there are plenty of nice, considerate INTPs about in the world, as a cliche for them is they don't tell their friends they care about them because that is "self-evident" or whatever. Nor do I doubt that there are many that are "emotional" in the sense that they can be touchy/sensitive about some issues. What I do wonder about is in how they react to other people's emotional expression in terms of being able or even inclined to empathize with their interlocutor. Making decisions by "feeling into" the experience of all the people around you practically defines you as F over T on the MBTI scale, but it's certainly possible to empathize, or at least actively sympathize, with a person in the moment while still making decisions from a detached and/or logical standpoint.
Or maybe it's just a matter of how you define dominant Ti. You guys are INTPs; where do you draw the defining line? Surely I'm not the only one with mixed preferences in this area.