Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by RainbowsFactory, Dec 23, 2016.
My female half is probably a zero, possibly a one. I'm still trying to figure out what my male half is, but I suspect a two or possibly a three. I've never let him out to play much, and only with my transgender spouse, which complicates matters. The Kinsey Scale was never intended for a transgender/bigender situation.
I'm a four, which I feel is accurate as I am pansexual but am more attracted to males (not sure about sexually though, I haven't had an experience like that yet)
5. Rarely but not never will I be attracted to males. Strangely, however, I tend to find guys more aesthetically pleasing in general, though I am almost strictly romantically/sexually attracted to females.
5 to 6, closer to 6.
Over 5, but probably not 6. I actually think some women are very beautiful and I can totally see why straight men would experience attraction, but it doesn't happen for me. The closest I get to intimacy with a woman is a big hug... I've done that often.
6. I find female friendship extremely important and valuable, but I have never been sexually or romantically attracted to women.
On the Kingsley scale, I'm either a 3 or 4.
I can see the sexuality of a female and admire it , yet I am exclusively gay in relationships/ sexual endeavors . I would be 5.5
Either way , the kinsey scale is outdated and is supposed to paint the LGBT in a bad light . There needs to be an updated version on the said matter.
I don't find the Kinsey scale that practical for me. I guess I'm somewhere between 5.5 and 6. But I think most straight people are around 0 to 1. I guess my attraction to males is about the same as it is for the average straight girl.
I'd say 5.5, a bit too one-sided to consider myself bi. Plus I've learned me trying to date guys only ends up with petty arguments anyway. Not a fan of arguing...
Seems after I accepted it, things were a lot easier. Some things just don't work for some people, and I'm glad I learned there are indeed things that work for me. It's just "a bit" gayer than the others would like but screw it. :lol:
I'm guessing a 5. All my sexual experiences have been with women except for one. I'm not generally physically attracted to men. I am generally physically attracted to women. I am attracted to one particular man however, although even that attraction is different than what a hetrosexual woman might have for a man. I'm not attracted to him based on his general physical and masculine characteristics, but rather in spite of them. It's a personal attraction that I don't fully understand.
My score on the Kinsey scale test is a 1, predominantly heterosexual, only incidentally homosexual.
I would say 5.
I always get a 2 or a 3.
I'd say somewhere between a 4 and a 5. Still not entirely sure, though.
1, but pretty close to 0.