What is the probability that this woman could be a lesbian?
Based on observations from my current job (it's an IT work environment where we have plenty of time to kill and bosses don't seem to mind :), I developed this unique theory to predict the orientation of my female colleagues. Don't take it very seriously now, this just happens to be one of those silly ideas you entertain when bored to death:) First, category A females - these are the ones that tend to be not just 100% straight but also borderline nymphomaniac. I ALWAYS find them in the company of men. At my office, All the "A"'s are married but they constantly crave attention from men. Also, you'll find them b**tching about other females. The "A's" tend to trust men more than they'd trust other women. That's why you'll find them surrounded by men all the time. Statistically, A's may be 17-20% in my office. Then, you have category B. Now, they're easy to predict coz they have both male and female friends and don't seem to have any gender preference while hanging out. Most "B"'s look perfectly straight but some could be bi-sexual but cannot be outright lesbian. Statistically, category B should be 50%. Then, you have category C. These are the females who either have a very low self-esteem when talking to men or are deeply committed to their husbands/boyfriends. Most of them tend to be alone and mind their own business. They don't get involved in any extra-curricular activities. "C"'s could be straight, lesbian, asexual or just plain retarded. Statistically, they're 10% where I work. Now, coming to category D - not only these X phenotypes remain aloof from men, they also wouldn't trust us even if their life depended on it. These are exclusive girl gangs, usually in pairs of two's or threes. I swear to God I never see them even smile at other men. So, heres this one woman shows all the signs of being in category D who I fancy. Am I right in guessing she could be a lesbian?
Asked By: Wayne - 9/9/2010
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No, you have established social groupings very well but these are character types rather than sexual preferences and character types occur in all walks of life, genders, races and sexuality. I am straight but have lesbian friends and can tell you that they are all a mix of B C & D like everyone else but admittedly not... More
Answered By: Helena - 9/9/2010
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You my friend are the lesbian.
Answered By: Doodlebugjimv12 - 9/9/2010
Not necessarily - catagory D may have a lot of women in it that were terribly hurt by men and are still attracted to them, just not right now.
Answered By: Kerbear - 9/9/2010
A has low self esteem btw. Why would you think C has low self esteem just because they don't flirt with men? They sound like the most normal, and that's probably why they make up the majority of women... More
Answered By: Iggy [who got me suspended?] - 9/9/2010
lesson 1 -- putting people in categories is wrong. We are all individuals not some archetypes that people expect. Lesson 2 -- You should get a job that keeps you busier so you don't dream up questions like this that are impossible to answer.
Answered By: Julia - 9/9/2010
Well any of the woman in in those category's could be a lesbian. But chances are the D types are just feminist's.
Answered By: Eyun Jones - 9/9/2010
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