As a Mormon bisexual man I live in the "other circumstances" mentioned in The Family: A Proclamation to the World where "Death, disability or other circumstances may necessitate individual adaptation."
1. Liked playing with dolls as a kid. 2. And sewing machines. 3. And purses. 4. Known in kindergarten as a tattle tale. 5. Didn't learn to play basketball and softball until adulthood. I can pass a football now. 6. But still tend to throw like a girl. 7. Still don't really "get" football, although I keep trying, Superbowl after Superbowl. 8. Like musicals. 9. Like opera. 10. Like ballet. 11. Like classical music. And jazz, too. 12. Counterclock wise hair whorl. 13. Non-straight finger length ratio. 14. Some sweaty guys smell good to me. 15. Swim for exercise and to test my underwater vision. 16. Like spring and summer because guys take off their shirts. 17. Enjoy hanging out with guys of all ages.
But I also have a list of LSTs or Latent Straight Traits:
1. Liked dating girls. 2. Mostly happily married for 30+ years. 3. Love my wife and wish for return of our early honeymoon days. 4. Biological father of my children. No lab interventions necessary. :) 5. Attracted to beautiful intelligent women, hence my marriage to my wife. 6. Not particularly in touch with fashion. May be a bit color blind. 7. Enjoy some competitive sports. 8. Usually comfortable hanging with my straight buddies. 9. Fan of some country music.
OK the second list isn't quite as long, and maybe no more valid than some of the points on the first list. So what do I conclude from this? Nothing all that new. I've ranged on the Kinsey Scale from a low of 2 to a high of 5. Two when I was first married, more hopeful and probably much more in denial. More recently as I've become more honest with myself and others I tend to be in the 4-5 range, but I've never been a one or a six. My two lists tend to support this.
My questions for you: What are your OGTs and LSTs? Have they remained stable or have they changed over time?