not understanding your bisexual chad section[edit source]
responding to this section you added in October at Homosexuality#Bisexuality_as_Chad_Behavior
- People often equate Homoexuality and Bisexuality as the same thing, but OkCupid data disagree, and that only 20% of male and 25% of female "bisexuals" peruses both genders, implying that most self-proclaimed bisexuals are sexual chameleons.
- For women, homosexual and heterosexual chameleon rate is about 50-50, whilst for males, those that are under 30 are more likely to be homosexuals (~2:1 for 20-year-olds, ~1:1 for 30-year-olds), while those between 30 and 40 are more likely to be heterosexual (~2.5:1 for 40-year-olds).
- OkCupid also demonstrated that homosexual males are as religious as purely heterosexual females, heterosexual males are as agnostic as lesbians, and bisexuals are generally anti-religious.
- Gays that are more well educated are less likely to be sexually promiscuous (possibly K-strategy adaptation).
I only just read it now. I know I'm not understanding the impact of the phrase "sexual chameleon" but I guess I'm not seeing where this section talks about some kind of "if a man is bisexual he is more likely to be a Chad" assuming that's what you're implying? Wiz (talk) 04:38, 2 January 2022 (UTC)
That is correct, I missed the part where Bisexuals and "insertive homosexuals" are also more likely to be sexually active when compared to "strict homosexuals" or "receptive homosexuals". This also can be seen as Chad by implication (being able to have relationships).