Hmmm . . . interesting. I do enjoy interacting with other people; as long as I get my alone time and things never get too intense.Yeah, I'm not sure. I haven't seen any studies thus far linking MBTI to the stackings. Most people think that introverts are never social doms, but Type 5s are definitely one of the exceptions. Social 5s are one of the more common types that I've seen and most 5s are indeed introverted. The subtypes do take on a different flair for each type, so sometimes it's hard to generalize them. But I assume the OP theory works no matter whether a person is introverted or extroverted.
Check out the so 5 description, for example:
I can definitely relate to this. I like to go places but not by myself; so my ideal partner would accompany me in my fields of interests.Social moves to Self-Preserving
The social subtype will think in terms more indicative of the self-preserving subtype when selecting a mate. This is very important to insure the desired security that rank and social status can provide. The social subtype seeks a mate with a shared social vision and similar values. This is necessary to fulfill the desire for a mate that will join them in their activities. Therefore, a secure social position is essential. Much attention is paid to the potential mate's connections, rank and ability to provide financial security. This subtype enjoys bringing others together, feeling that 'the more the merrier'. They are often adept at creating the center stage and often use their home for social events, gatherings and causes. At first the social subtype will spend more time one on one with the potential mate. Once the mate is in place, the social subtype will return to outside interests, groups and/or activities, ideally, this is with their mate. An area of pain and disappointment for this subtype is when they have a mate that is unwilling to pay attention to their need for people, activities, causes and unwilling to share their interest in others.