1 in 2 young people in the UK are 'at least a little bit gay'Watch
When asked to plot themselves on a scale of sexuality, ranging from exclusively heterosexual to exclusively gay, 72 per cent of adults and 49 per cent of people aged 18 to 24 chose a position other than completely straight.
What are your thoughts on this? Is total sexuality an old concept?
In other words, people are probably more inclined to say "Well, yeah, I did find [insert person of the same sex here] attractive once so I must be a little bit gay, mustn't I?" Despite the fact they couldn't see themselves in an actual sexual relationship with that person. This has probably become more common as homosexuality is becoming more the social norm, people are more willing to embrace these feelings, whether or not they are indicative of what their sexuality actually is.
I also speak from personal experience - I have been attracted to several females before but I consider myself completely straight because I wouldn't actually like to be in a relationship with any of them.
(Oh, right. They have none.)
Essentially, this is nothing new.