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No, we did not make that word up. Sapiosexuality is indeed a sexual orientation that has been gaining popularity. Find out more about sapiosexuals here!
To people who lose their breath when they observe a person conduct themselves and are amused by their confidence rather than their physical beauty, do you find it weird to explain?
It isn’t complicated.
A connection that goes far beyond the physical attraction and sexual chemistry is far more important than any other quality in the long run.
Sounds like a paradox? It isn’t.
It’s sapiosexuality – a simple attraction to intelligence, above all.
Now, that doesn’t mean that a sapiosexual person won’t be attracted to the physical grandeur of a person. It’s the conversations and the thinking that they value more which help them go the extra mile in the long run.
Well, a sapiosexual person might or might not necessarily be turned on by sexy abs or a curvy woman. Yet, one doesn’t have to be Aryabhatta to please a sapiosexual. All you have to do is observe the everyday life and be stimulating with your words. It’s just that wit and intelligent conversations gets them frisky rather than mushy soft foreplay.
Communication and connection are of utmost importance. Looks might fade, but minds last until the end and that’s what keeps them going. Also, sapiosexuals are more likely to have long-lasting relationships; after all, it’s the mindset that keeps them together.
They are more interested in what their company knows rather than what they have. They have a zest for knowledge, learning and discussion. Hence, they always have a lot to talk about, provided their company can keep up!
And so, instead of being hyped up on the first date itself, these incredible people are more likely to develop an attraction much later after a few simple stimulating conversations. The mental and emotional connection is what gets them amped up.
Ergo, if you are a sapiosexual or happen to have a friend who’s one, go ahead, take them for a walk and talk!
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