A stereotype about bisexuals is that they like men & women equally. The truth is there are many grades involved. Setting aside daily fluctuations, I think if most people closed their eyes and honesty asked their inner advisers they sexual desires regarding a percentage would flash on the monitor in the mind. For me, it’s 60/40. I prefer men 60% of the time, women the rest. I go through phases where I think of men or women almost all of the time, but like the stock market, there are annual averages.
Here is a “Bi-Guide to help you decide.
Place yourself on the Bi Gauge based on the sexual attraction in your heart and mind. There is nothing to hide here. You can be free and honest.
If you are not sure of which number to pick, say 4 or 5, close your eyes, take a deep breath and let your inner adviser whisper to you. It will become clear as to which number to choose.
0 = Totally straight. Only interested in the opposite gender. No thoughts or internal stirring for your own side.
1 = In your life there might have been a few people of your own gender that have excited you sexually.
2 = Periodically (up to four times per year) there is someone of your own gender either in person, on TV or in a movie or video that creates a sexual heat in you.
3 = Your sexual attraction for your own gender is between periodic and regular.
4 = You have regular sexual excitement for your own team but less than half of the time.
5 = The balance point. Your sexual thoughts, interests and stirrings are equally weighed between both men and women.
6 = You have regular sexual excitement for your own team and it is more than half of the time.
7 = Your sexual attraction for the other gender is between periodic and regular.
8 = Periodically (up to four times per year) there is someone of the opposite gender either in person, on TV or in a movie or video that creates a sexual heat in you.
9 = There might have been a few people of the opposite gender that has excited you sexually.
10 = Totally gay/lesbian. Only interested in your own gender. No thoughts or internal stirring for the other side.
This post originally appeared at loveyoudivine's blog, http://blogspot.loveyoudivineinfo.com/2010/12/gauge-your-bi-ness/ Thanks again to David for its use here at Donuts & Desires