I'm an INTJ, and I always avoided dating other introverts. Seems like it would make both people progressively more antisocial. Extroverted girlfriends would always force me to go out and do stuff. So when coworkers and classmates asked me "what'd you do this weekend?" I'd actually have something to say.
OTOH, I completely understand the opposite argument. If you want an intimate relationship, but hate social engagements, you shouldn't have to suffer one to maintain the other.
Disagree. Prenatal testosterone has measurable permanent effects on human and animal brains. And "Roid rage" in adults is a real phenomenon.
A personality categorizing scheme that doesnt consider gender and culture is probably missing a major part of the picture. People and there behaviors/preferences are majorly effected by these things. That's why humans tend to hold stereotypes. They are [the result of] our innate data compression algorithms. Stereotypes are frequently incorrect, but they exist as a shorthand in the form of "person X is in group Y, so I expect them to have more of trait Z than the general population."
What are we hoping to get out of MBTI as a categorization scheme? Insight into how to best communicate with others based on their "type." Are there better ways to accomplish this?