Possible Sexual Imagery: Male sex organs and female breasts, right about where you would expect to find them.
This is the blot that allegedly can determine sexual preference.
A heterosexual response would be: "Seeing two male figures"
A homosexual response would be: "Seeing two androgynous (remember "Pat" from SNL?) or female figures."
Most people see the two human figures. Both figures have prominent "breasts" and an equally prominent "penis." If you don't volunteer the gender of the figures, you'll be asked to specify it.
This blot has been the subject of much debate, so it's best to take your answer's meaning with a grain of salt. Does it work? Not really
The splotches of red ink are usually perceived separately. Common responses are "bow-tie" or "ribbon" (inner red area) and a stomach and esophagus (outer red areas).
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