Gay straight or bi test
The test has been empirically validated with a sample of more than , people in countries and territories. Although many people believe that everyone is either "straight" heterosexual or "gay" homosexual , sexual orientation actually exists on a continuum. This test will show you where you are on the Sexual Orientation Continuum, and it will also calculate your Sexual Orientation Range, an estimate of how much flexibility you have in expressing your sexual orientation. If you are conducting research and would like to collect raw data for a group that is taking this test - for a business, research study, classroom activity, or other purpose - please see our Group Testing Instructions. Before we get to the test itself, we'll ask you a few basic questions about yourself. Demographic information is being collected for research purposes only and will be kept strictly confidential.
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This paper answers the questions: who is and is not tested for human immunodeficiency virus HIV antibodies, why, where are they tested, and what do they find difficult about the testing process? Bisexual and gay men were much more likely to be tested than heterosexual men, although the commonest reason for testing for all three groups was risky sex. The three groups differed on reasons for not having the HIV antibody test: heterosexual men most commonly claimed that they were not at risk; bisexual men explained that they had been meaning to go but kept putting it off; and gay men primarily feared a positive test result and lacked trust in the confidential treatment of results. Gay men were more likely to trust their regular doctors than were heterosexual and bisexual men who had more trust in state health clinics.
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