Okay so I love this forum. I come here often, either to just browse interesting topics or to find an answer to a question relating to MBTI (i.e. South Park character personalities).
Here is my problem. As much as I love PersonalityCafe I think that it has a VERY HIGH iNTUITIVE SLANT.
I want feedback from sensors! I want to hear what S's have to say. You all do make up 85% of the population, after all LOL
Do you like Ns? Do they annoy you? Do you feel like the online community (dominated by ituitives) bashes sensors?
I always need to hear both sides of every story and I feel like 90% of the opinions, feedback, videos, web pages and posts that I have read and watched have been from the N perspective.
Look on Youtube. Put in any personality that has an "N" in it and you will see tons of videos of people who are that discussing how they think. Do the same thing with an "S" personality and you might get one video, if that.
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Now, keep in mind that I am a very high "N." My "SE" is my least developed function and though "Si" is my 3rd or 4th function I only use it when recalling data to back up my high Ne and Ti.
But, in all honestly, mostly ALL the forums and Youtube videos are dominated by Ns. I think that the reason is because we have a natural disposition to learning new things, how people think and how they process information. Most intuitives (Ns) are naturally drawn to Myers-Briggs, Kiersey, Jungian Cognitive Function, etc once they find out about it.
People who have taken the test who are "Ss" never seem to dive deep into it. In my experience most sensors (S) have, at best, a quick attention span for these kinds of things unless its for their job. They think its "cool" but not one that I have had take the test been drawn or fascinated my MBTI. They read their personality, think its "pretty accurate" and quickly move on without thinking about its actual application or dive into the finer points.
Am I wrong? Are there more sensors out there than I think who study and likes MBTI as well. I see some from time to time but its rare.