1. Take Some Quizzes
There are dozens of online quizzes dedicated to answering the question of what a person’s sexuality might be. While taking just one can give you some answer, it might be best to take between 10 or 20 of them. That many outcomes should help you average out the results and figure out where you lay on the Kinsey scale.
2. Try Out New Stimuli
Uncertainty in one’s sexual path can arise from a variety of factors, including acknowledgement of your own inexperience. One way to refine the awareness of your own sexuality is to look into sexual content that you might not normally investigate. This sort of experimentation is good to pursue on general principal; the worst case scenario is that you become quiescently aware of something that does not arouse you and the best case scenario is you know of at least one new thing that gets you going.
3. Check Out the Bar Scene
There are a variety of nightlife social clubs that cater to certain sexual walks in life. Whether you have the fortune of living near one or happen to notice that one is nearby while you are on vacation, try exploring this sort of nightlife and see how you respond to it. It is important to remember that, when you do decide to check one out, you should hang around for at least two hours: you cannot really get a good feel for any sort of environment if you only dip your toe into that pool of socialization.
4. Consult a Professional
If you have been struggling with your own personal definition of “hot companions,” you may want to consider talking with interested parties or even hiring some of them to walk you through the form of intimacy you are currently sorting out in your mind. While giving advice and even a tutorial can be free, you may not learn as much about yourself or the individual might color things are certain way. Hiring a “consultant” means you can learn about your sexuality from a professional and at whatever speed or depth you trust them to take you to.
5. Do Not Ignore Your Urges
What is meant by this tip is that you should never completely ignore the sexual impulses that come to your mind, sometimes completely out of the blue. One of the worst things a person can do is to construct an elaborate lattice of defenses and arguments to deny identifying as one particular sexual identity or another-several politicians have ardently advocated for legislation that punished homosexuals only for news to eventually break that those very politicians were likely using their influence to spread a culturally-derived self-hatred for their sexual interests. It is also important to realize that this particular piece of advice goes both ways; if nothing arouses you, there is a chance you might actually be among the roughly 1 percent of asexuals in the world.