View Poll Results: Where do you lie on the scale?
0- Exclusively heterosexual with no homosexual 21 32.81%
1- Predominantly heterosexual, only incidentally homosexual 26 40.63%
2- Predominantly heterosexual, but more than incidentally homosexual 14 21.88%
3- Equally heterosexual and homosexual 1 1.56%
4- Predominantly homosexual, but more than incidentally heterosexual 1 1.56%
5- Predominantly homosexual, only incidentally heterosexual 1 1.56%
6- Exclusively homosexual 0 0%
Voters: 64. You may not vote on this poll

Spinoff: Sexual Orientation Scale

all my friends are lesbos.
Originally Posted by zmanzzzz
LMFAO! You know, we always have MYSPACE, z.
Wow alot of #2's. I am a 2 also.
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I see what you mean Who Me - I think CMD and I were kind of bringing in stuff from the other thread, where people were discussing having same-sex experiences while they were married, and whether or not it was considered cheating. CMD - I don't mean to speak for you so please correct me if I'm wrong
Originally Posted by PixieCurl
No you were right, I just missed it until now. That thread put the thought in my head. By the way, my husband considers it cheating, but, not as bad
Number two!
Originally Posted by geeky
Geeky, we need to hook up.
I don't really know what "incidentally" means in this sense. I'm taking it to mean "are attracted to the incidental gender sometimes, but would never consider or feel comfortable in a romantic/sexual relationship." If that is the case, then #2 is me. If it means more than that, well then I mis-voted.
Previously Joy4ever.
Changed because the "number in place of a word" thing was bugging my no-longer-14-year-old self.
I don't really know what "incidentally" means in this sense. I'm taking it to mean "are attracted to the incidental gender sometimes, but would never consider or feel comfortable in a romantic/sexual relationship." If that is the case, then #2 is me. If it means more than that, well then I mis-voted.
Originally Posted by Joy4ever
I voted #1, but I wish someone would explain exactly what the incidentally means here too, or how they interpret it. I've only been in hetero situations, but if it ever came up and I was single, I can't say I wouldn't try it... What does that make me?
I voted #1, only because I wouldn't consider having sex with another woman. I can say that, if I was a lesbian, who I would probably be attracted to and/or want to have sex with, but being heterosexual I don't want to have sex with another woman....doesn't float my boat....
"It's hard to remember a time, when I didn't have you", Richie Sambora
"Boys are bad and men are stupid", WB's
"After a while, you just want to be with the one that makes you laugh" Mr. Big
I didn't vote because I didn't feel I cleanly fit.
Scale-wise, I'd usually say 2.5. But I could just be a plain 3.

2 is what some would call "heteroflexible." I don't think of myself as heteroflexible. I don't think of myself as bisexual either. I think of myself as "open." (It could just be that I shirk labels altogether.)


Also, in my mind, "sexual" orientation does not have so much to do with who you can see yourself having a sexual encounter with as it does who you can see yourself having a romantic relationship with. So, by "open," I mean just that. Whether the person's a biological/social male, bio/social female, transgender, transsexual, or intersex, I'm open to whatever and whomever. It just depends on the person.
I didn't vote because I didn't feel I cleanly fit.
Scale-wise, I'd usually say 2.5. But I could just be a plain 3.

2 is what some would call "heteroflexible." I don't think of myself as heteroflexible. I don't think of myself as bisexual either. I think of myself as "open." (It could just be that I shirk labels altogether.)


Also, in my mind, "sexual" orientation does not have so much to do with who you can see yourself having a sexual encounter with as it does who you can see yourself having a romantic relationship with. So, by "open," I mean just that. Whether the person's a biological/social male, bio/social female, transgender, transsexual, or intersex, I'm open to whatever and whomever. It just depends on the person.
Originally Posted by smallpeas

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