(this could go here or P&CE. I chose here. If you don't like it and try to recat it, I'm just going to edit the question and put it back here anyway, so don't bother)
The Kinsey scale is the idea that people fall on a spectrum of sexuality, with one extreme being pure homosexual and the other extreme being pure heterosexual. In between those extremes are the majority of people, who, for the most part, lean one way or the other, but with slight tendencies in the opposite direction. In other words, your husband is probably 80% heterosexual and 20% homosexual, while you might be 72% heterosexual and 28% homosexual. Then again, perhaps your husband is 51% hetero, you're 95% hetero, or vice versa.
Do you believe in the Kinsey scale (based on his extensive research), or do you really believe people are purely hetero, with the occasional aberration of people who are purely homosexual?
Yes I believe sexuality is a spectrum like the Kinsey Scale illustrates.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 5:43 AM on Jun. 26, 2011
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Answer by BubbaLuva at 12:08 PM on Jun. 26, 2011
How do you know where you fit on the scale? People who are adamantly against homosexuality would never admit they are anything other than 100% heterosexual, even if they weren't.
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