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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Look, as an sx-dom myself, I very much am focused on who is packing the juice in a place. Who catches my eye, attracts my attention, in whatever way - be it sexual or otherwise. Who is intriguing, who is...different and who is drawing me in. Meanwhile, I'm very aware of how others respond to me, and I know instinctively when I'm being hunted in a similar fashion - that is, if I'm not distracted elsewhere. The push and pulll between me and others, the cat and mouse games that can come with it, the need for connecting with others and figuring out what makes them tick and what makes them special, it is all part of what makes me sx-dom.

    I do this in all my relationships. In fact, this is just how I relate to others. Sure, I'll use it to hunt sexually for what I need, and even for what I want romantically, but I'll also use it in friendships, in inspiring others, in persuading them, in navigating society, hell, I even use it to problem solve, as I usually know *someone* who can help me out if I don't know how to figure it out myself, and I tend to be able to find out what they need to be motivated to help me out here.

    The intensity they talk about when it comes to sx-doms comes from that obsession with 'connection'. The need to merge with others, to look inside other people's skull and see what makes them tick, for whatever reason. I personally enjoy the feeling of merging, but Ive known NT sx-doms who just want to find out what's inside someone elses head and what makes them good at what they do - possibly so they can acquire the skill themselves. It is an intense one-on-one feeling which often is characterised by that push and pull between the sx-dom and those around him/her, ime.

    You might wanna get an sx-sp NT in here though to relate how it feels to them, though
    I focus on the "juice of the place as well" and am very aware of the chemistry between myself and others as well. However, I don't do that push-pull shit. That seems to be a sx/so thing and it's UNGODLY ANNOYING! I've been put through it before and you almost want to scream sx/so types for doing this.

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    @Amargith @skylights

    Did you folks ever see my video? I actually look so/sx in it...

    http://youtu.be/FAehUNSPEtE

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I focus on the "juice of the place as well" and am very aware of the chemistry between myself and others as well. However, I don't do that push-pull shit. That seems to be a sx/so thing and it's UNGODLY ANNOYING! I've been put through it before and you almost want to scream sx/so types for doing this.
    Actually, sx-sp types are worse still

    They spend a lot of time pulling someone close, scare themselves shitless due to the proximity, sp kicks in and they run in the other direction. So don't be blaming us dude.
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    When your life motto is PLAY HARD and PLAY HARDER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Actually, sx-sp types are worse still

    They spend a lot of time pulling someone close, scare themselves shitless due to the proximity, sp kicks in and they run in the other direction. So don't be blaming us dude.
    I disagree with this information. The sx/sp that I have known have been as hot and cold and as flighty as the sx/so's that I've known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I disagree with this information. The sx/sp that I have known have been as hot and cold and as flighty as the sx/so's that I've known.
    Disagree all you want, at least sx-so aint afraid to get close to people, in fact they *want* to. It is often that intense need for intimacy that scares others. Sx-sp ime fights their own instinct. They want to get close, then when they get close, they spook themselves and need space. I'll fucking stay put once I've decided to get close and executed the manoevre while they tend to bolt and come back till they figure it out. Granted, once they do decide, they do not look back, even when they should. I do my push and pulling upfront to see whether I wanna actually get up close and personal with the other person and if they are interested in me at all.

    Otoh, sx-sps dont always seem aware that they are drifting close to another person, or getting intimate as they just act on instinct, then panic when sp kicks in and wants to protect itself. I personally tend to be highly aware of that happening so I know where it's headed and how it is changing. That is the benefit of so: it makes you aware of your status with the other person, and vice versa.

    Pick your poison, I guess.

    Edit: at the 3 sx-sps that left me a rep agreeing with my previous post in some fashion or another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    @Amargith @skylights

    Did you folks ever see my video? I actually look so/sx in it...

    http://youtu.be/FAehUNSPEtE
    I was going to say this before, but didn't; might as well now.

    I think sx/sp is absurdly far off.

    You seem so/sx to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    When your life motto is PLAY HARD and PLAY HARDER.

    -sx/so
    I think you're mixing your Jungian and Enneagram types into this too much.

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    yeah maybe. I know jack shit about instinctuals.

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