Based on what you just said, what I just said WASN'T false because you just said that it's how you pursue anything that you are interested or committed to. So with seduction, you are clearly interested in the person of your choosing and you still pursue them in the way that I just described. So this in turn, would in fact, make my statement true, not false.False, this has nothing to do with seduction - it's how we pursue anything that we are interested in, or committed to.
Most Sx/So people with a healthy mindset will be more apt to communicate interest in another person, for seduction is many times associated with an ulterior motive, and we're too damn impatient to waste time with such shite.
Exactly.Again, what isn't "in your face" about Sx/So norms of communication and self-expression?
There's rarely a need to guess about how we feel about anything - whether we're hungry, thirsty, bored, having fun, or as we're discussing at present - interested in another
Yes, I agree that both the Sx/sp and the Sx/so both can come off as creepy because they are both so intense. However, I think that Sx/so comes off much creepier because their style is so much more direct and in-your-face. The sx/sp seduction style is much more subtle, so it isn't really as creepy.There are some people who come across as creepy when they ask for a glass of water.
As far as sexy is concerned, beauty (and thus attraction) is in the eye of the beholder, and thus unless there is some ironclad evidence that there is strong romantic attraction between two people, then any communication from on to the other that is in the realm of expressing intense romantic attraction has a huge probability of landing on "creepy" and a slim chance in hell of being "sexy."
We know where we stand with all things, we are able to communicate this to others in very short order, and we are also very much able to determine what amount of any sentiments we've expressed have been requited - and to what degree we should pursue them, and at what time. This goes for matters that are platonic, business related, or romantic. We don't waste time. It is not our nature.
Well I wasn't entirely 100% sure on that one. Thank you for clarifying that for me. I actually am considering a sx/so variant stack for myself and I relate a lot to what you say here.I call bullshit on this - TOTAL BULLSHIT in fact.
Will we walk up to a group of people totally unknown to us and introduce ourselves, and integrate with their conversation? Yes, absolutely.
We'll maintain harmony with the members of that group, and if any within that group wish to socialize with us outside the boundaries of the group we met them - that's fine, and if they wish to return to their group with or without us, that's great too.
We don't need to steal people out of groups. We are at one with the world around us, at peace with ourselves, and with all others - whether as individuals or in a group of some kind.
We are the real deal "people people" - our experiences with others are treasured, and so it makes jack-shit of any sense whatsoever that we'd try to socially engineer division within an existing group of people for any reason. That is against everything we stand for.
Perhaps I should have rephrased. They don't tend to use the group as a pawn just to attract a mate necessarily, it's just that they often use it as a means to attract mates. They don't always use it in a parasitic way.Again, unhealthy and selfishly intended people are capable of many bad things, but I hardly think that has anything to do with an Sx/So person's default means of expressing romantic interest in another person. The scenario described above is the head-game playing shite of so many bad movies and TV shows. Blech.
FYI - none of the above is disgruntlement directed at you; I simply don't agree with how the material in the OP categorizes people who are Sx/So, or their intentions or mechanisms of expressing romantic interest. It's far too general, and it is skewed at describing patterns of behavior typically utilized by selfish, dishonest, unhealthy people.