They also stress it's going to be more & more mainstream. Let's hope!
Only You. And You. And You. Polyamory—relationships with multiple, mutually consenting partners—has a coming-out party.
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Your result for The Kink Spectrum Analysis Test...
Wow! You have quite a big repertoire when it comes to kinky sex. And you're probably also willing to play on either side of the fence. You should look for another Blue, or an Ultraviolet if you want to broaden your horizon. Greens may be okay as well but will probably bore you after a while. Reds are too vanilla for you.
But I promised you a more detailed analysis, so here it is. Note that most scales are twofold: There are separate values for giving (active) and receiving (passive). If you scored high on one of them, you should look for a partner who scored high on the other. If you scored high on both of them, go for someone who is similar (or for multiple partners if you're into that). If you scored low on both, this probably is not your kind of kink.
You scored 68% giving and 62% receiving on oral.
You scored 89% giving and 50% receiving on anal.
You scored 85% giving and 0% receiving on bondage.
You scored 67% giving and 5% receiving on humiliation.
You scored 72% giving and 5% receiving on pain.
You scored 76% dominance and 10% submission.
You scored 75% voyeurism and 69% exhibitionism.
Besides that, you're 50% into fetishism and 76% polysexual (i.e. interested in sex with multiple partners, whether at the same time or not). You'll probably want a partner who is similar, whether you scored high or low in these categories.
Finally, you scored 28% on autoerotic - a scale that measures your ability and/or willingness to have kinky fun without a partner. It's not exactly a matching criterion, but it's good for you if your score is high. Keep it up!