The ‘Kinsey Scale’ was created by renowned psychologist Alfred Kinsey way back in the 1940s as a way to classify the sexual orientation/preference of individuals, and now everyone thinks the scale sucks. It runs 0-to-6 with 0 being exclusively heterosexual and 6 being exclusively homosexual. The major gripe is that it fails to account for things like asexuality, or people who have zero sexual orientation/drive whatsoever. So, there’s a new scale of sexuality and it’s got 42 possible rankings.
Unlike the Kinsey Scale that only accounts for a person’s sexual orientation the new Purple-Red Scale of Sexuality and Attraction measures how a person expresses that sexuality…If that sounds confusing, I apologize, I was always dogshit at concisely explaining anything related to the psychology. Just give the scale below a gander to see where you land on the new Red-Purple Scale of Attraction and be sure to share this with anyone and everyone you know, because people love psychological evaluations of themselves:
For reference, here’s what the original Kinsey Scale looks like in comparison to the (supposedly) new and improved Red-Purple Scale of Attraction and Sexuality:
So, bros…what’s your number? And why do you have such a small D?