My result for The Kink Spectrum Test …
Kink repertoire 71%; 64% mental, 79% polar, and 52% unusual.
Explanation of variables (I have placed emphasis on which category range I fall into):
KINK: How broad your kink repertoire is.
If your percentage isn’t as high as you think it should be, keep this in mind: there are people who like kinky things that you don’t like out there, and that may be a useful thing to know. Look for people who have similar overall kinkiness percentages.
MENTAL: Mental vs. physical axis.
0-30: you enjoy the physical more than the mental
30-70: you enjoy the physical and mental equally
70-100: you enjoy the mental more than the physical
POLAR: Polar vs. nonpolar axis.
Whether it matters who’s doing it — you or the other person.
0-30: you like it both ways
30-70: your preferences are somewhat directional
70-100: you do one thing, they do another
UNUSUAL: Unusual vs. typical axis.
0-30: you like the usual things
30-70: you do some of both
70-100: you prefer strange stuff
Within the cornucopia of kink, there are some things that most people, even people who don’t think of themselves as kinky, enjoy. Then there are things that it’s really best to ask first, or you might find yourself staring at a shocked or confused expression on the face of your naked companion. So it’s good to know how typical vs. unusual your preferences are.
My result for The Kink Spectrum Analysis Test …
Blue (450 nm)
You scored 70% self-confidence and 67% bandwidth!
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 38% receiving on oral.
You scored 89% giving and 90% receiving on anal.
You scored 8% giving and 64% receiving on bondage.
You scored 44% giving and 71% receiving on humiliation.
You scored 44% giving and 76% receiving on pain.
You scored 33% dominance and 60% submission.
You scored 71% voyeurism and 53% exhibitionism.
Besides that, you’re 75% into fetishism and 88% 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 65% 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!
On a side note, J and I delved into the world of age play for the first time last night. My own response to this certainly wasn’t what I had expected *grin* It was more just name calling, with me being “a naughty girl for spending all of Daddy’s money while he was away” and such like. I’m very interested to see how this develops 🙂