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February 9, 2007

Sexual Orientation Test

Filed under: Quiz Links — khentutz @ 7:24 am

Funny it is that in this contemporary times, sexual orientation underwent morphism. Not only are there heterosexuals anymore. No one in this world asked for everyone to accept and understand the not-so-straight persons. All they ask is just respect. Here’s a gist of myself undertaking the test. Feel free to react on how it went, I for myself went ballistic and did some cart wheels. Hehe. Here it is:

Klein Sexual Orientation Grid

I scored an average of 3.95

0 1 2 3 4 5 6
Heterosexual Bisexual Homosexual


This result can also be related to the Kinsey Scale:

0 = exclusively heterosexual
1 = predominantly heterosexual, incidentally homosexual
2 = predominantly heterosexual, but more
than incidentally homosexual
3 = equally heterosexual and homosexual
4 = predominantly homosexual, but more than incidentally
5 = predominantly homosexual, incidentally heterosexual
6 = exclusively homosexual


The idea of this excercise is to understand exactly how dynamic a person’s sexual orientation can be, as well as how fluid it can be over a person’s lifespan. While a person’s number of actual homo/heterosexual encounters may be easy to categorize, their actual orientation may be completely different. Simple labels like “homosexual”, “heterosexual”, and “bisexual” need not be the only three options available to us.

Take the quiz



  1. I totally disagree. the very test you took only offered three options (though bisexual was far more inclusive). There are the asexuals, but the names are adequate. Otherwise, though, i agree with what you say.

    Comment by Jaft — August 22, 2008 @ 12:50 am | Reply

  2. @jaft thanks for the feedback and for taking the test. see you around

    Comment by khentutz — August 22, 2008 @ 3:26 am | Reply

  3. I also took this test and I feel that it doesn’t accurately judge or represent the person. I scored bi-sexual, though I have no doubt that I am 100% gay. The reason for the results… I answered the questions relating to the past accurately but no where could I indicate that it was due to being severely closeted in the past, which resulted in sexual experiences with the opposite sex (which consequently were horrible for me and left me feeling pretty worthless inside). Had I felt that I would have been accepted as a gay guy back then, I never would have had the heterosexual experiences and I would have acted upon what I truly felt inside.

    Comment by KW — October 5, 2008 @ 7:49 pm | Reply

  4. Thanks for the comment KW, of course you know yourself better if you are gay or bi-sexual. The test only counts your reaction to circumstances and see which side occurs most. And mind you, acceptance comes from yourself not from others.

    Comment by khentutz — October 22, 2008 @ 1:56 am | Reply

  5. I took this test and I scored a 2.5. I was surprised by this because I know I’m bisexual so I was expecting to score more around a 3.5 or 4. This was probably because I had a very heterosexual past. I wasn’t closeted but I more discovered my bisexuality in my teen years now. I was also caught off guard by the sexual experiences question because I’m a virgin, so I just chose who I would be more likely to have sex with which was opposite sex in the past and both sexes now. Overall, I wouldn’t count on this test to determine sexual orientation because the choices are very narrow.

    Comment by Kyle — December 6, 2009 @ 10:44 pm | Reply

  6. I don’t know why these quizzes place so much emphasis on experience. What if you’re closeted? What if you’re confused? What if it’s just plain easier to pick up people of the opposite sex? Do fantasies count or are “fantasies just fantasies”, as people tell me. Is sexual orientation for females necessarily more ambiguous than for males? And why do [straight] people tell me that, essentially, you’re assumed straight until you have sex with someone of the same gender and like it, to prove it (yet, double standard, you don’t have to “prove it” the other way around…and does having sex with someone of the opposite sex and not enjoying it count or discount?) Maybe I just don’t enjoy sex? does it matter, even? I could fall in love with a transgender person… People have also assumed I’m straight or just called me confused. Maybe I’m bisexual. Maybe I’m a gray area. Maybe I’m too inexperienced to know. Maybe sex is just sex and enjoyment of sex and attraction and arousal depend much more on love and psychology than anything else.

    Comment by sr — July 5, 2011 @ 3:38 pm | Reply

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