Question Yes No
1. You feel unfulfilled spending time in just the gay scene or just the straight scene. 2. You admire someone from the back, it turns out to be a different gender than you expected, and you don’t mind. 3. You’ve defended or made excuses for bisexual celebrities who see spaceships, do drugs until they’re arrested, or wear vials of blood around their necks. 4. You enjoy watching both men and women during sex scenes in movies. 5. You’ve been naked with two or more people and liked it. 6. You follow all the sex scandals in the news involving outed politicians, then yell at the screen when they declare themselves gay despite their wives and children. 7. When you masturbate, both men and women pop into your fantasies. 8. You get depressed when you don’t have any bisexual or gay friends. 9. You went to the midnight showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show more than three times in college. 10. You’ve rented or purchased a gay or bi porno and felt turned on despite the fake boobs, abnormally large erections, and the creepy people. 11. You spell women with a y or girl with extra r s—or know someone who does. 12. You don’t care whether Gia labeled herself a lesbian or bisexual, just that Angelina played her in the movie, which you own. 13. You think the word polyamory sounds practical, not offensive. 14. You never bought that the character Jenny on "The L Word" was gay. 15. You enjoy hugging your same-sex friends more than you should at times. 16. You started watching The O.C., Six Feet Under, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer box sets because you heard characters had gone bi, but upon watching lamented how all of them said they were gay or “experimenting.” 17. You read all of Anne Rice’s books until 2005 when she declared herself born-again, blaming her flagrantly bisexual novels on spiritual unrest. 18. You watch bad foreign and straight-to-video films because the back of the box boasts of love triangles. 19. You argued with all of your friends about how 2005’s Brokeback Mountain wasn’t a gay cowboy movie, but a love story about two extremely hot bisexuals. 20. You tell your friends that you’re dating somebody, and they have to ask what gender the person is.