If you are more attracted to someone’s book shelf instead of their hot body and bank account, then you might fall under a new trending sexual identity known as a sapiosexual.
According to Bustle,
The new version of sapiosexuality — much of it driven by Loner Wolf’s wildly viral Sapiosexual Test — seems to exist as an almost total inversion of the original ideas behind sapiosexuality. Instead of being about widening your scope (and your legs) when it came to deciding who fit into your dating pool, the new sapiosexuality seems to be about narrowing the scope of your love life, and just hanging a sign on your pants that says “No Dum-Dums Allowed.”
I went ahead and did some digging to find out what signs you should look out for to determine whether you are a sapiosexual or not. If these 4 things sound way too familiar, then congratulations, you can call yourself a sapiosexual!
1) You receive texts from him/her that are grammatically perfect sentences. And it is a bonus when they insert a clever emoji at the perfect time!
2) Book stores over bars. This is a biggie. If you would rather spend your time at a book store or museum than getting hit on by douchey guys at a bar, then that is key sapiosexual behavior. Not too mention if you are finding yourself going out on dates with people who want to take you to these places. You are way more of a sapiosexual than you know.
3) Neil degrasse Tyson is your MCM. You guessed it! You would rather watch Cosmos than read Cosmo. If that doesn’t scream sapiosexual than I don’t know what does.
4) A recital of your favorite piece of literature is almost all the foreplay you need. The pure demonstration of intelligence is a raging turn on factor to you.
But of course it would be official until you knew what your unique sapiosexual percentage score was. Take Loner Wolf’s Sapiosexual Test here to find out.
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