He started talking all about the chemistry of water and salt and I just remember listening to him and thinking . Whether it's in the context of past relationships or even the ever-so-subtle "Why do you even like me? Woman C: No one besides my fiancé — only because he’s the only guy I’ve dated since I realized what being a sapiosexual was. I feel like if we're already partners, we both know what turns us on about each other.I was so turned on listening to him talk about boiling water. Man A: I don't necessarily speak to partners about it though I do make it known why I'm usually drawn to them. Woman A: I’m more concerned that I’m never satisfied with what I currently know now and this can be an issue if I ever settle down with a partner.Man C: Sapiosexual just means sexually attracted to intelligence.I find smart, creative women extremely attractive, and the inability to converse in an intellectually stimulating way is a major turn-off.
I find objective reasoning to be the most conducive to general interactions.Woman A: I’m attracted most to men if they can engage me in debate-like conversations (whether it’s about who the best Mario Kart character is, or discussing John Oliver). Please teach me a new perspective or a new topic in general.If someone can spark a conversation in which I can passionately debate, I'm all yours.If I find a person physically or otherwise attractive, but they seem stupid, I lose all attraction.If someone is not so physically or otherwise attractive, but they seem smart, there's a good chance I'm turned on.