The Kinsey Scale, developed in by Alfred Kinsey, Clyde Martin and Wardell Pomeroy, uses the numbers 1 through 6 to determine an individual's sexual preference. People who place at a 0 on the scale are considered heterosexual -- those with a score of 6 are considered gay or lesbian. Bisexual men and women are between a 1 and 5 on the scale. Aside from the formal test, there are several signs and behaviors that can indicate bisexuality in men. Counselor and nurse Kathy Labriola asserts that some men are circumstantial bisexuals, meaning they live as straight men most of the time, but will display attraction to the same sex when an opposite-sex partner is not available.
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Growing up, my voice was high-pitched, my wrists naturally went limp, and I loved musical theater. But by the time I finished high school, I was already on my second serious girlfriend. There was no way. I did.
When I was 12 years old I had a sleepover I will never forget. Me and my friends Alex and Mitchell were all sleeping over at Alex's house. We had all just woken up and Alex's mom had left us a note in the kitchen "hope you all slept well.
Yup I have. The first time I went to a bathhouse was with a very close friend of mine after a night of heavy drinking. Now we kinda went as a joke, Both of us had seen each other naked so there were no qualms there. And neither of us really wanted to do anything, but we were just very very curious of what actually went on.