These six sapiosexuals set the record straight on what it means to get turned on by a big brain. Woman A: Sapiosexual is a way for me to label and understand myself and what I want in a romantic relationship. Woman B: I am attracted to people who are intellectually stimulating. There is nothing sexier than sitting on a stoop at 4 A. Woman C: To me, a sapiosexual is someone who values an intellectual approach to the world, is a critical thinker, and has an insatiable curiosity in life, whether it be in work or in play, and is attracted to the same in a partner.
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