This is a personal blog, open to scrutiny, debate, probing, and investigation.
More importantly I want people to talk.. I want people to elaborate. I want people to openly share their views.
I invite people to blog, do Facebook statuses, Keek and Vine videos, Tweets, what ever form of social media works for you.
This is possibly a great thing to examine and research academically, to do a Thesis and/or Doctorate on.
Males do not represent two discrete populations, heterosexual and
homosexual. The world is not to be divided into sheep and goats. It is a
fundamental of taxonomy that nature rarely deals with discrete
categories... The living world is a continuum in each and every one of its aspects.
KSOG uses a seven-point scale to assess seven different dimensions of
sexuality at three different points in an individual's life: past (from
early adolescence up to one year ago), present (within the last 12
months), and ideal (what would you choose if it were completely your
ascertained from this that bisexuality seemed to somehow incorporate
total heterosexuality and total homosexuality in a way not indicated by
the Kinsey Scale.
Hang on... 1 thing that they all seem to say is that for all their scaling, theorising, graphing etc etc..
There is still alot more that can be said.
[Note that this was what I quickly got for Google and Wikipedia]
NOW!!! The thing for me, is in the most part we are all Adults or will become Adults [I'm not shutting children out of this discussion but advise that rational adults discuss surrounding issues before such a discussion is had with Kids]
As Adults, at some point in our live's we will most likely engage in sexual practice in SOME form.
We may even assume a form of sexual identity. We may not.
That all being said, if we are all having sex....
My question.. why did only 3 guys theorise about it.
Shouldn't we ALL have a theory. Shouldn't we all have and share our ideas about the crux of human existence and the Only thing physically keeping the Whole human race going.
Of course, this is wishful thinking.
Prejudices, misinformation, ignorance, heightened emotion, choices, experiences etc. all inform our ideas about and of sex.
They also inform our identities and practices around, in and of Sex.
Now I am Maori. I am Polynesian. I am Young.
I have my own ideas about Sex.
And you in your life, you as you, have your ideas, practices, theories and thoughts on sex.
I am in the main open to your talk about all of that.
My thoughts are that, Kinsey and others did well to leave their theories open.
Because I don't believe enough has been said.
Polynesian ideas/practises of Fakaleiti, Fa'afine, Mate Tane, Mate Wahine.... Are these part of the theories of western models and scales??
Has enough been written?
Are people open to talking?
These are the questions I want to explore.