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(of a person) finding intelligence sexually attractive or arousing.
"I met a PhD student from Germany who told me that he was sapiosexual"
a person who finds intelligence sexually attractive or arousing.
"I'm a sapiosexual and I like to talk"
I LOVE it!!
Friends and family do not understand my attraction to men who are smart but not necessarily physically attractive. I have always been turned on by brainy guys, the caveat being that they must also have a good sense of humor.
Repartee is the best foreplay in my opinion.
by quietly confident, striving, ethical females. That was the case when I was a minor and is the case in adulthood
Gee, what are the fair and righteous things we're supposed to be attracted to instead?
funny enough, correspond to their social markers.
It could be a man who can only love a man or woman who knows everything about working on cars, or about a form of gardening. The attraction is intellectual, or artistic, or anything else where a person can become highly learned in, it doesnt have to be classic book learning or have anything to do with economic or class standing.
abilities. People have an innate attraction to someone who knows how to garden? Come on.
My experience is that both men and women who garden tend to be more analytical and arent disposed to hot button reaction.
There are also demisexual people in that spectrum (they need to make an emotional connection with a person before they will even consider having sex with that person). Governor Cuomos 23 year old daughter recently announced that she was bisexual and demisexual.