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    Senior Member Psyclepath's Avatar
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    I suspect I am an sp/sx.

    The description on the first page sort of fits, except I'm terrible at seducing. I did once manage to deeply seduce a girl by singing. I keep on expressing my energy in the most genuine way I can; for many, they recognize my intensity but do not understand it, and are afraid of me because they cannot comprehend me. I figure that if I keep expressing myself, I will create bonds. I need someone who understands me; a superficial connection means nothing to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fay View Post
    I am so/sx and I don't really have a seduction style. Poor men must do all the work
    Ah, darn, why do we always have to do the work...? And you call yourselves feminists?

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    So/sp

    I've noticed that the so/sp style of seduction almost looks 3w2. The so/sp will try to seduce an individual by convincing them that they are uber successful. They will show off their clout, money, social prestige, and whatnot, and will seduce the individual by impressing them. The also often use the group to meet new people.
    I think this is actually true for the most part. I often feel as if I don't have the ammo to do it any other way, what isn't completely unfounded.

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    Sp/sx and sx/sp

    The sexual/self-preservation and self-preservation/sexual types tend to have a very one on one style of seduction. Many times they don't like to seduce people through social groups. However sometimes in a social group they will pull aside a person away from everyone else and have a one on one interaction with an individual. It should be well noted that the sx/sp and sp/sx styles of seductions almost always work best one on one. They will quickly create an intense bond between just them and the other individual. The sx/sp and sp/sx style of seduction tends to be very subtle as well and doesn't really come off as in your face.
    This is the only one that fits. Especially when I was younger. By now I'm much too marked up to manage not to purely self-inhibit.
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    I zero in on people I'm drawn to. That's what people do when they like someone, no? That's what 'seduction' is? Even non romantically, we're drawn to people we have an affinity for and away from people we don't? And the act of being interested in someone and honing in on that person requires 1:1 time, right? The OP's distinctions don't make much sense to me. (and the so/sp description doesn't apply at all for me)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I zero in on people I'm drawn to. That's what people do when they like someone, no? That's what 'seduction' is? Even non romantically, we're drawn to people we have an affinity for and away from people we don't? And the act of being interested in someone and honing in on that person requires 1:1 time, right? The OP's distinctions don't make much sense to me. (and the so/sp description doesn't apply at all for me)
    The definition of seduction can be a few different things: to entice into sexual activity, to attract powerfully or to lead astray. I think the OP was referring to the first two, as you said: romantically or not.

    I think the 1:1 time can mean different things to different people and maybe that is where the styles come in? ie. I can't be drawn to someone physically without also being drawn to their brain. So, for me 1:1 time involves more intimate conversing, on deep topics. Or having fun doing things, the 'two of us'. Someone I am close to doesn't relate to that at all. They are drawn more to people based on outer appearances/expressions and for them 1:1 time means: doing physical activities together even with other people involved.

    So, one person's idea of seduction might be: a fun activity in a group where they can experience adrenaline and observe the other person. While another's might be: to be able to be alone with the person and find out everything they have done and what their dreams are or what they value etc. Another's idea of seduction might be to combine the two...

    I think the idea in the OP is trying to generalize those and, like all generalizations, there is much room for where everyone specifically fits

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    1:1 aka 1:2-3
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    i more or less talk to people one on one because that is the most enjoyable... from there if a move is made, it is by the other party... i am not the sort that really actively pursues anyone... it does seem that the sort of people i like pick up on my interest well, so my passiveness in the beginning of things pays off well... i have never been the one to initiate a relationship... i guess i do things to make expressing interest easy or difficult based on how i feel about the other person... avoiding that initial expression of interest can be a challenge...
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    Tbh, Ive been stalked by sx-sps and they can be..very tiger-like themselves. They also do the whole push and pull, ime - they'll draw you in, almost violently so, to then turn aloof...rinse and repeat. Meanwhile sp/sx seems to keep their distance, appearing uninterested, then suddenly jumps you and 'acquires' you in a very matter of fact way.


    I have had another sx-so go after me...now that was a fucking wild ride

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