Look, basically what I'm saying is never ask this question if you want to make it out of the room alive. You wouldn't believe the sheer amount of calendars, rotas, flowcharts, and 18-month development roadmaps you have to keep on top of in order to work out whether you fancy a person when you meet them.
Greed isn't a wide range of desire or attraction; it's excessive attraction.
Some people seem to confuse being attracted to more than one gender with being attracted to everyone.
We think bisexuals are just as decisive, confused, honest, red-haired, tall or fat as everyone else - but the only clear shorthand for "Bisexuals are Just As Decisive As Everyone Else" is "Bisexuals Aren't Indecisive". Here at the Bisexual Index, we believe that a bisexual is someone who is attracted to more than one gender.
Everyone accepts that it's possible for a person to be attracted to people of more than one height, weight, hair colour, or race. If you're wondering if you are bisexual, take our bisexuality test! It's not 'greed' if someone likes chocolate cake fruit salad.
The Kinsey Scale rates people's experiences from heterosexual to homosexual and has in the middle "equally heterosexual and homosexual", and sadly a lot of people have heard that bisexuality is the middle of the scale, when in fact the scale doesn't mention 'bi' at all.
We prefer to think of bisexuality as being like the English Channel, you get wet as soon as you start swimming from Dover and can't dry off until Calais, no matter how deep it is beneath you!
For further explanation of the Kinsey Scale see our Bisexual Scales page.
Sexuality isn't black and white - and the spectrum between gay and straight isn't greys.
And there's more colours besides that between red and blue, there's orange, yellow and green for starters!