Believe it or not, I like introverts. I just hate introverts’ myths about what extroverts are like.
I also don’t like it when introverts act like their energy is so precious and limited that ANY attempt to engage socially that is not specifically and pointedly directed at a specific termination to the encounter is a horrible imposition. That’s rude. It sends the message that no one else is as important to you as you are.
I’m perfectly capable, as an extrovert, to spend quiet time with you. And even willing. As long as you’re willing to meet me halfway and occasionally engage in a conversation that might not have a point other than, you know, understanding who you are (how a person engages in small talk says a lot about who they are).
Believe it or not, extroverts are not stupid arrogant jocks that hate silence and think that books are something to eat. Personally, however, I learn better and more fully in a social environment (i.e. traditional classrooms) than I do in an asocial one (i.e. online classes). In fact sometimes we need quiet introspective time, too (just less of it). We also do not use social contact to ignore our inner spiritual realities.
Stop acting like extroverts are monsters, or stupid. It makes you look like you only ever want social contact on your own terms and with the understanding that your own way to be social is the only legitimate way to be social.