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9th Oct '14 8:19:55 PM BibsDibs
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* X - CelibateHero, WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove, {{Asexuality}}, ChasteHero
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* X - CelibateHero, WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove, {{Asexuality}}, ChasteHero{{Asexuality}}
9th Oct '14 8:17:39 PM BibsDibs
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* X - CelibateHero, WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove, {{Asexuality}}
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* X - CelibateHero, WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove, {{Asexuality}}{{Asexuality}}, ChasteHero
9th Oct '14 8:01:44 PM BibsDibs
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* 2 - Many cases of BiTheWay, some {{Depraved Bisexual}}s, applying HoYay or LesYay {{subtext}} to a character who is heterosexual in the show's maintext can do this as well
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* 2 - ButNotTooBi. Many cases of BiTheWay, some {{Depraved Bisexual}}s, applying HoYay or LesYay {{subtext}} to a character who is heterosexual in the show's maintext can do this as well

* 4 - Some cases of BiTheWay; DepravedBisexual can be here. TheVamp, FemmeFatale, and GoodBadGirl are typically no higher than a 4.
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* 4 - ButNotTooBi. Some cases of BiTheWay; DepravedBisexual can be here. TheVamp, FemmeFatale, and GoodBadGirl are typically no higher than a 4.
30th May '14 8:12:59 PM dynaboyj
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Ze is not a pronoun
Another scale, a bit more detailed in explanation, works on percentages and ratios. It was not invented by Kinsey, but it is still applicable. Note that this scale applies only to the hetero/homo dichotomy, does not include {{Asexual}}s, and is referring to preferences and perceived sex, rather than self-identified gender. For instance, a non-binary (person with a gender neither male nor female) who presents as female is female under this scale, while if ze presented as male instead, ze'd be considered male.
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Another scale, a bit more detailed in explanation, works on percentages and ratios. It was not invented by Kinsey, but it is still applicable. Note that this scale applies only to the hetero/homo dichotomy, does not include {{Asexual}}s, and is referring to preferences and perceived sex, rather than self-identified gender. For instance, a non-binary (person with a gender neither male nor female) who presents as female is female under this scale, while if ze they presented as male instead, ze'd they'd be considered male.
12th Nov '12 7:28:35 AM mistermissy
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'''100/0:''' A purely heterosexual person who is ''incapable'' of noticing attractiveness in their own sex, or even actively dislikes/considers them repellent. These people are extremely rare, though they do exist. (There are more straights who claim this than those telling the truth. After all, you'd be a pretty crappy "alpha male" if you're unable to tell when another man is attractive.)
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'''100/0:''' A purely heterosexual person who is ''incapable'' of noticing attractiveness in their own sex, or even actively dislikes/considers them repellent. These people are extremely rare, though they do exist. (There are more straights who claim this than those telling the truth. After all, you'd be a pretty crappy "alpha male" if you're unable to tell when whether or not another man is attractive.would be a threat to your harem.)
17th Aug '12 11:47:47 PM Stealthy
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Giving a better example for the gender thing.
Another scale, a bit more detailed in explanation, works on percentages and ratios. It was not invented by Kinsey, but it is still applicable. Note that this scale applies only to the hetero/homo dichotomy, does not include {{Asexual}}s, and is referring to preferences and perceived sex, rather than self-identified gender. Ergo, a transgender woman who "passes" in whatever circumstances the attraction occurs under is considered female for the purposes of this scale.
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Another scale, a bit more detailed in explanation, works on percentages and ratios. It was not invented by Kinsey, but it is still applicable. Note that this scale applies only to the hetero/homo dichotomy, does not include {{Asexual}}s, and is referring to preferences and perceived sex, rather than self-identified gender. Ergo, For instance, a transgender woman non-binary (person with a gender neither male nor female) who "passes" in whatever circumstances the attraction occurs presents as female is female under is this scale, while if ze presented as male instead, ze'd be considered female for the purposes of this scale. male.
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