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Sexual Orientation Test

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Decoding Sexual Orientation

This examination of sexual orientation is grounded in the sexuality spectrum devised in 1980 by psychologist Michael Storms from the University of Kansas. While investigating the impact of erotic fantasies on human sexual preferences, Storms discovered that individuals identifying as bisexual could exhibit the same level of attraction to the opposite sex as their heterosexual counterparts.

Moreover, Storms' research showed that bisexuals harbor fantasies about same-sex partners as frequently as gay men and lesbian women. Drawing these conclusions, Storms posited that the Kinsey scale failed to fully encapsulate human sexuality, and in response, he put forth his own version - The Storms Sexuality Axis.

Understanding the Sexual Orientation Test

Storms' innovative sexuality scale leverages a bi-dimensional approach, using an X and Y axis. It separates heteroeroticism and homoeroticism onto two distinct axes, which facilitates a more precise assessment of attraction across both dimensions. This model expands upon the somewhat restrictive binary model employed by the Kinsey scale. Additionally, Storms' model provides a more nuanced interpretation of bisexuality and asexuality, which were inadequately represented on the Kinsey scale.

Guidelines for the Test

You will be presented with 20 straightforward questions. It's recommended that you answer each question honestly to accurately reflect your level of heterosexuality/homosexuality. However, it's essential to bear in mind that the results of this test should be utilized for educational purposes exclusively. The test's questions and resulting interpretations are not meant to act as professional or medical advice. Always consult a healthcare provider or a professional in the field for expert advice.
1. During the past 6 months, have you found yourself wanting to see a person of your sex naked?
2. During the past 6 months, have you found yourself wanting to touch person of your sex intimately?
3. During the past 6 months, have you fantasized about sex with same-sex partner?
4. Have you had sex with people of your gender?
5. How about watching porno with both actors of your gender?
6. During the past 6 months, have you had romantic fantasies about long-term relationships with person of your sex?
7. How attractive are you for people of your sex?
8. How attractive are people of your gender for you?
9. Do you have gay friends or relatives?
10. During the past 6 months, have you found yourself wanting to see a person of opposite sex naked?
11. During the past 6 months, have you found yourself wanting to touch an opposite sex person intimately?
12. During the past 6 months, have you fantasized about sex with opposite sex partner?
13. Have you had sex with opposite sex partners?
14. During the past 6 months, have you had romantic fantasies about long-term relationships with person of opposite sex?
15. During the past 6 months, have you fantasized about people of opposite gender during masturbation?
16. How attractive are you for people of opposite sex?
17. How attractive are people of opposite gender for you?
18. How about watching porno with actors of different sex?
19. How often do you think about sex?
20. Do you want to have a sexual experience with both genders in your life?
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