I have been saying “I’m a kinsey six” for as long as I can remember – so long in fact I had forgotten what it meant – thank god for the internet – it really is useful for looking these things up :o)
The Kinsey scale

Dr. Alfred Kinsey and his associates devised the scale in the late ’40s and early ’50s. Their results were supported in studies conducted by Masters and Johnson and other sex researchers, though some more recent studies have reported lower rates on a national scale, with higher rates in urban areas [some reasons for this being that most gay scenes are urban based]. These studies collectively indicate there is a broad spectrum of sexual orientations – not just heterosexual [straight] and homosexual [erm not straight]. Instead of looking at sexual orientation as an either-or condition, Kinsey developed a seven point scale based on the degree of sexual responsiveness people have to the members of the same and opposite sex.

0 – exclusively heterosexual [total breeder]
1 – predominantly heterosexual, incidentally homoexual [boarding school boys and girls]
2 – predominantly heterosexual, but more than incidentally homosexual
3 – equally heterosexual and homosexual [erm bisexual]
4 – predominantly homosexual, but more than incidentally heterosexual
5 – predominantly homosexual, incidentally heterosexual [homo’s living out of cities]
6 – exclusively homosexual [total mo]
I’m a 6+ email(‘what number are you?’)