0 Exclusively heterosexual
1 Predominantly heterosexual, only incidentally homosexual
2 Predominantly heterosexual, but more than incidentally homosexual
3 Equally heterosexual and homosexual; bisexual.
4 Predominantly homosexual, but more than incidentally heterosexual
5 Predominantly homosexual, only incidentally heterosexual
6 Exclusively homosexual
7 Asexual

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I just love how open and honest everyone is on this website.

I like that, too. The vast majority of people who use this site regularly are usually quite mature, honest, and reasonable.

Have had thoughts...

Everyone's had thoughts. Even I've wondered about women, and I'm a 6.
Ha! I'm the same way. I always end up like the straight man.
I've known a few straight men who are attracted to lesbians and bi women. Ya'll could start a group!
Three, tres, drei, 3 ... though less in practice than where I am in my head, and mostly for lack of suitable male partner (which I'm working on)....

Oh, and Dallas Gaytheist? Yer just sic-sic-sic! [GRIN!!!]
Heh! I meant to type I always end up liking the straight man, not like.
Ummmm, is that "liking" or "licking"?!?
Take your pick. Both are applicable.
0.5?? I'm straight no chaser, but when I get lonely occassionaly I have found a few guys attractive in my life time in a non-sexual way. I crave companionship and affection. Nothing more intimate than kissing, hugging, and cuddling.

These men are usually small, sensitive, effeminate types. I'm 6' 1" 200lbs and I feel more masculine with smaller women/men. I met this poly couple man and woman at a few social gatherings. I was flirting with his wife. He gave me a nice warm hug before I left. I've never received a "real" hug from a dude. It was nice.

The more queer folk I'm around, the more curious I get.
But there are Gay Guys that behave very unfriendly.

You don't say!
Heh! Sorry, the sarcasm doesn't transfer well. I've met plenty of them. Being unfriendly is almost a prerequisite for being gay.
I think that is why I get along with so many of them.
I've known a few different guys who were straight, and then at some point just decided to try out guys and they liked that--although they usually do prefer women. It's interesting though, the idea that someone can say "hey I never thought about the same sex before--let me try that!"



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