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Coleman's research broke new ground in understanding human sexuality, showing that while some people identify as either gay or straight consistently throughout their lives, a sizeable proportion of people do not.
Many rate themselves as bisexual on questions of desire (or near a three on Kinsey's scale) but maintain exclusive gay or straight relationships.
The pioneering sex researcher Alfred Kinsey broke from popular thinking on sexuality in the 1950s, theorizing that bisexuality was in fact far more common than previously thought.
Kinsey is perhaps most famous for his sexual-orientation scale, which represents exclusive heterosexuality with a zero and exclusive homosexuality with a six — bisexuality is regarded as an approximate three, when a person is equally attracted to or has had sexual experiences (including fantasies) with both men and women.
Most humans experience erotic desires, act on those desires, and have relationships in a social context.
Kinsey's research showed that bisexuals had more sexual experiences with one gender or another depending on their social environment.
But in actuality, most people fall somewhere on a spectrum of attraction, fantasy, desire, and action with people of all genders.
The curiosity your friend has sparked in you could be just that — same-gender wonderings — or it could be the impetus for discovering that you are bisexual, and may be attracted to other women in the future.
In addition, some people identify as a certain sexual identity as one point in their lives, and as another later on.