Mbti is Why, not what.
From all my studying of mbti I have found that mbti type isn’t associated with what you do, but why you do it. Some people however still think mbti is a what subject, and thats why a lot of stereotypes arise and a lot of mistypes occur on places like PerC. My point is that thinkers can still cry or do things for the common good, it will just be for a logical reason, as well as not all feelers are crybabies, but they will do everything for a subjective reason. Se users will be creative to have a sensory impact on the outer world or to enjoy the moment and Si will be creative to connect with their past memories( you can usually see it in their art, because their creation will be connected to a past experience in some way). Also, perceivers can be hillariously organized because if they don’t, than the authority in charge of them will take away their freedom to adapt, and judgers might be disorganized to adhere to authority and follow a system. My point is, when typing a fictional character, don’t judge them by their actions, ask yourself why they did what they did and relate that answer to a function. Many people think batman is F because he was protecting the common good, but a wise person would realize that batman did that mainly to promote justice (Te user) and secondarily to get back at the world for them killing his father (tertiary Fi), batman is not INFJ. http://dlvr.it/BDcW6Y