Yeah that makes sense.
I think identify how feels right for you.
The Kinsey Scale runs as
Rating - Description
0 - Exclusively heterosexual
1 - Predominantly heterosexual, only incidentally homosexual
2 - Predominantly heterosexual, but more than incidentally homosexual
3 - Equally heterosexual and homosexual
4 - Predominantly homosexual, but more than incidentally heterosexual
5 - Predominantly homosexual, only incidentally heterosexual
6 - Exclusively homosexual
X - No socio-sexual contacts or reactions
So you’re probably not a 0, and not anything above a 3 either.
Bisexuality isn’t an equal attraction to all genders. Some people are more attracted to one than the others. They might look for different things in different genders. They might be far, far more discriminating in their attraction to one gender, than the others.
Like maybe only attracted to men that look like Matt Bomer, but attracted to most women.
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Or maybe they’re really attracted to femininity, so there’s some people, who’re not women, that they find attractive, but mostly just women. There’s some bisexual people who’re poly, who’d never be happy without both male and female partners, and there’s others who’re happily monogamous.
Sometimes attractions wax and wane. They might find themselves more attracted to women at one point, and men at another in their lives. (Which I’ve seen some people call a bi-cycle heh)
Bisexuality can be really nuanced and complicated.