An oxymoron, I know, right? But as a history major and an aspiring fiction writer, I've been wondering what ENFPs and INFPs would look like in a really constricting cultural setting. In the modern Western culture, individuality is celebrated, in theory if not always in practice, so nfps are usually proud of their quirkiness. What is the experience like in places/times where having strong individual feelings is suspect, original ideas are not encouraged, and you basically have to act to fulfill your role in society? What would the nfp feel, how would they behave. For example, in some periods of imperial Chinese history, a woman basically had to act Fe. Their role was to keep their husband and the whole household happy. And then there are some societies that want everyone to be STJ. Who would have a harder time fitting in, INFP or ENFP? Or would they find creative ways to work the system and express themselves within it? Or would they basically lose themselves to it? Thoughts?