Klein Sexual Orientation Grid

Welcome to the Klein Sexual Orientation Test! This test is based on the Klein Sexual Orientation Grid (KSOG), which is a system for describing a person's sexual orientation in a way that is more detailed than earlier methods (such as the Kinsey Scale). It was first introduced by Dr. Frizt Klein in 1978, and attempts to capture more of the complexity of sexuality.

This test will ask you a series of questions, and then show a result based on the average score of your answers imposed onto a scale. This scale is simply a guide reflecting your answers and is not a diagnostic tool. In reality sexual orientation is dynamic and can be fluid over a person's lifetime.

It's also important to note that as the KSOG is from 1978 it makes certain assumptions that no longer hold, especially with regard to non-binary identities. We're not able to materially change the questions as that would alter the test itself, but we have updated the language to better reflect contemporary terms.

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Your result can be intepreted as a linear Klein Scale:

1 = exclusively straight
2 = predominantly straight, incidentally LGBTQ+
3 = predominantly straight, but more than incidentally LGBTQ+
4 = bisexual
5 = predominantly LGBTQ+, but more than incidentally straight
6 = predominantly LGBTQ+, incidentally straight
7 = exclusively LGBTQ+