Our Bisexuality Quiz Posted By: JB March 15, 2016 This quiz is based on the book Bi Any Other Name reviewed today. Check out your knowledge about bisexuality. Question #1: Which of the following famous people was not bisexual : Walt Whitman. Ernest Hemmingway. Gore Vidal. D. H. Lawrence. Question #2: A bisexual is someone who: Has to pay for sex. Is sexually attracted to both men and women. Has sex with both men and women. Has a hard time making decisions. Question #3: Bisexuals are: Equally accepted by the gay and straight worlds. Discriminated against by both the gay and straight worlds. Accepted only in the gay community, who find them daring. Accepted only in the straight community, who find them trendy. Question #4: Bicurious” is a term for someone who: Is a particularly odd bisexual. Has a hard time understanding bisexuality. Is thinking about exploring their bisexual side. A straight guy looking for a bisexual girlfriend. Question #5: Most bisexuals: Are attracted to one gender over the other, but still have sexual attraction for both. Are equally attracted to both men and women. Are simply in denial about their homosexuality. Just have difficulty making decisions. Question #6: The term Homosexuality as a differentiation from Heterosexuality was not coined until: 1932 1869 1753 1100 Question #7: The Kinsey Scale refers to: A dry itchy rash common to bisexuals. Dr. Kinsey Scale, a pioneering researcher on bisexuality who coined the term. A test to determine if you are heterosexual or homosexual. A measurement of the relative same gender and opposite gender attraction, with equal attraction in the middle of the scale. Question #8: According to most sexuality research, bisexuality is: Extremely rare. More common than homosexuality. A transitional phase into homosexuality. A part of everyone, as we are all bisexual. Question #9: Bi-invisibility refers to: The ability of bisexuals to hide in regular society and appear normal. The many science fiction films about invisibility featuring obviously bisexual characters. The ease with which bisexuals disappear from one relationship and move on to another. The assumption that one has to be either gay or straight, leading to ignoring the bi community. Question #10: The Klein Sexual Orientation Grid measures: The degree of sexual attraction between the same gender and the opposite gender. Attraction, fantasy, behaviour, emotional preference, self-identification, and lifestyle. The shape of the head, which was once believed to determine sexual orientation. The relationship between mental illness and sexual orientation. Congratulations, you passed! I'm sorry but you did not achieve the required score.