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    • The Whistling Mystic

      Sapiosexual (n.) is a neologism word (recently constructed word) that has come into common usage; especially on social networking sites where some people are self-identifying as sapiosexual. Origins: From Latin root sapien, wise or intelligent, and Latin sexualis, relating to the sexes. Meaning; a person who is sexually attracted to intelligence in others.

    • Tanya

      I wish I'd seen this sooner to post it on other social networks. I could have posted it for those individuals who like to spread rumors about and talk about my sexual preferences behind my back rather than asking me to my face. This pretty much sums it up! Intelligence is sexy!!! ( and knows no gender!)

    • Daniela Vega

      So this thing of "brainy is the new sexy" is actually called sapiosexual?

    • Danielle Beezy

      there is a word for this?! this describes many of the loves of my life :]

    • Stacey Morris

      Images Of Intelligence Quotes - FunnyDAM - Funny Images, Pictures ...

    • Cheryl Nordquist

      I can see it Thought of The Day: I Am A #Sapiosexual

    • Missy Miles

      Sapiosexual -- intelligence is sexy!

    • Jenifer Hill

      Funny stuff

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