Some of the recent discussion about what distinguishes "a bisexual" from a straight or gay person has been frustrating and confusing to me. Rather than let the 100% straight or gay define others as bisexual or not, as some seem prone to do, I'm interested in self-definition as bisexual. (100%ers sometimes seem very agenda-driven on the topic.) Pardon the use of Wikipedia but this entry really is full of wonderful links, international in scope, about the prevalence of bisexuality and homosexuality: Demographics of sexual orientation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Survey results are so diverse that it becomes apparent that self-definition as bisexual varies tremendously in different studies. So do the criteria for defining a subject as bisexual. I'd appreciate comments from self-ID'd bisexuals about where you would draw the line between a true bisexual or a bi-curious straight or gay person. Was astonished to see some LPSGers dismiss sexual-orientation-as-continuum as a matter of opinion rather than voluminously documented research. Where on the continuum we place the boundaries between bi, straight, and gay vary from individual to individual, culture to culture, era to era.