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Because it is an appropriate response. Most saliosexual people do not have a preference in which gender they date and are purely into intelligence. It's like if i was asked that question I would reply demisexual because that is what I am. There is much more go LGBTQ than bi and gay. So saliosexual is appropriate as that is what they are and they aren't and shouldn't hide who they are because some halfwits in society think that it is stupid11
Because there open to genders and not limited to a specific one as long as they are intelligent above all else.11
What Girls & Guys Said
Pardon my ignorance, but what do they mean by that?2
Because it's their sexual orientation, just like hetereo, homo, or bisexual.7
They are dorks or they are embarrassed by the true answer.0
cause they're fucktards
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Because it is obviously a correct answer, just as correct as any of the one that you mention.
A sapiosexual person is a person who finds intelligence to be a sexually attractive quality in others. This could be either of the 2 biological genders and/or any of the multiple sub-genders that humans have suddenly "invented" because they feel they need to be different.
Sapiosexuality is much less based on the gender of the person than his/her intellectual assets. You could have a sapiosexual person that likes gay/lesbian people or straight ones. It is not the looks of the person that matters but his/her intelligence.
I get that sapiosexual isn't about gender but that's kinda the problem.
Asking if someone is straight, bi or gay is asking what gender they are attracted to. Sapiosexual doesn't really answer that question at all, you could be sapiosexual and straight or sapiosexual and bi etc.
Well, some people prefer to limit their sexuality to the term sapiosexual rather than any of the more global ones.
That seems to be the case but it feels illogical to me XD it's strange to have people say they desire intelligence and yet fail spectacularly at answering a basic question.