15 Nov 2005

SEXUAL INTELLIGENCE

14 Comments:

Blogger Al Sharief said...

"Emotional Intelligence"
...also helps.

11/15/2005 03:21:00 pm  
Blogger LouLou said...

I think intelligence in general is good. You can't go wrong with intelligence.

11/15/2005 11:11:00 pm  
Blogger Alina said...

Ok, now I'm really curious about what you're going to write here. If this is a teasing campaign or a marketing strategy, it is a very good one actually!

11/17/2005 11:50:00 am  
Blogger haal said...

Kayla my dear, Hold your horses. :) I heard it on BBC and thought was interesting. SInce i have issues with intelligence, not sexual stuff, i wrote this post :) Will elaborate. On the Intelligence I mean! ;)

Why not give it a shot. What do u think I wanted to say? You have been picking on my mind a lot lately.

Com'on chicken. Give it a shot. I dare you. DARE U. DARE you little Firy Aries.

11/17/2005 02:53:00 pm  
Blogger Alina said...

Well, actually I think Sexual Intelligence is like any other type - we are all born with different amounts of it. Yet this one can be trained and developed a lot more easier that any other types, given the right attitude and teacher. This is a personal view, not trying to guess what you're about to say! :)

By SI I don't mean only bahavior on dates or when in bed. I think it's also way of knowing to deal with the others based on their sex-being. Knowing how to approach sexes differently in each situation.

Haal, I have to give it more thought for a proper thesis, maybe connect it with emotional intelligence a little. We'll see where this leads us.

11/17/2005 08:40:00 pm  
Blogger MoonLightShadow said...

Umm.. Emotional Intelligence.. have always taken the term for granted.. but.. why would we need our emotions to be intelligent?!

Sometimes intelligence is a curse.

11/18/2005 12:03:00 am  
Blogger Alina said...

Well, I am still researching this part, Moon. But if it is considered on of my company's values, it must be pretty important. I have to do some reading on this subject. I was actually recommended a good book. Will let you all know, of course.

11/18/2005 02:04:00 am  
Blogger LouLou said...

Wikipedia defines intelligence as mainly the ability to
solve problems
.

"Intelligence is usually said to involve mental capabilities such as the ability to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend ideas and language, and learn."

So where does emotion & sexuality come into this?The ability to reason, plan & solve emotional & sexual problems?Do we really approach love & sex as 'problems' we're required to solve?Should we?

Or do phrases like emotional intelligence & sexual intelligence really come under the heading of abstract thinking?But aren't our emotion & sexuality more about feeling & than thinking?Where is the dividing line between feeling & thinking?Isn't thinking just the mechanism we use to regulate our feelings & instincts & desires?

And learning?Yes anything that gets better with experience involves learning. For sure we become better emotional & sexual beings with experience.

Finally understanding ideas & language?Communication is the word that comes to mind here. The ability to effectively communicate our needs & desires & comprehend the needs & desires of others.

One thing I've always wondered about is this. Understanding ideas & language comes with education. We even use language when talking to ourselves, to better understand ourselves. So does this necessarily mean that people who are better educated must be more sensitive & more 'developed' emotionally, mentally or sexually?Is emotional or sexual intelligence an 'elite' thing?How much is it a class issue?

11/18/2005 02:08:00 am  
Blogger MoonLightShadow said...

I'm curious to know about that book, Kayla.

So many questions ya Loulou. I personally believe that emotions shouldn't be accompanied by thinking, since I guess thinking does some kind of regulation to the emotions, which I believe is not needed.

I agree that it’s communication that is needed, but is intelligence related to our ability to communicate our thoughts, emotions, and desires?!

11/18/2005 08:59:00 am  
Blogger Nightlegend said...

let's hear your opinion about it and then discuss it further.

11/18/2005 10:30:00 am  
Blogger Al Sharief said...

You R' right on the money Ya loulou...

Yet spontaneity is a very important part in sexual intelligence, too much planning and routine may take away some much needed passion to preserve good SI...

Trade Offs. And It's OK as long as it is well integrated with EI.

EI is an importan corporate trends nowadays. Used primerly for More Happy productivt people in team work and more ballance Home/Work Life.

11/18/2005 09:17:00 pm  
Blogger Al Sharief said...

Nice Way Out haal...
a tease & a dare...
Com on, your say...

11/18/2005 09:19:00 pm  
Blogger johny bravo said...

actually till now I dont know exactly what emotional intelligence..usually I dont know things in abstract..I should either try them or see someone doing them.only then I can know what they really are.Therefore,sexual intelligence is much bigger issue for me.waiting for ur clarifications

11/21/2005 08:52:00 pm  
Blogger Wati said...

Happened to bumped into your blog.

Sexual Intelligence? Do you need to be intelligent to be sexual? Sex is sex, either you and your partner are satisfied at the end of it, or not.

http://www.sexualintelligence.com/test.html

12/07/2005 11:37:00 am  

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