Oliver prefers to play with the girls. So the boys call him gay. Why?
Gay, straight, bi or none of the above? How to describe your sexuality | Opinion | The Guardian
Oliver is a year-old boy who likes to hang around with girls. And why not? Girls, Oliver reckons, are more fun. He thinks other boys are idle, immature and only interested in football. And the girls, for their part, like talking to Oliver. He says, with satisfaction, that when he is around them they "treat me like I am a girl". The only trouble is that other boys make Oliver pay a price.
Gay, straight, bi or none of the above? How to describe your sexuality
S ome of us can easily describe ourselves as gay, straight or bisexual, but other people find these static labels inadequate. A recent YouGov survey found that almost half of young people aged between 18 and 24 in the UK do not consider themselves exclusively gay or straight. Zero represents exclusively heterosexual, three equally heterosexual and homosexual, and six exclusively homosexual. We asked people to tell us about their sexual preferences, history, behaviour, thoughts and beliefs, and then asked them to plot themselves on the Kinseyscale.
THE AGE of sexual consent for girls will be lowered from 17 years to 16 years in an overhaul of the law in Ireland on underage sex. The introduction of the new legislation by the Government follows last week's Supreme Court decision on underage sex. The introduction of the new legislation is to be fast-tracked by the Government following last week's Supreme Court decision on underage sex.