jockboy1, fair enough, as long as you realize that you are disagreeing with Kinsey's original classification scheme. I've quoted here:
"...Males do not represent two discrete populations, heterosexual and homosexual. The world is not to be divided into sheep and goats. It is a fundamental of taxonomy that nature rarely deals with discrete categories... The living world is a continuum in each and every one of its aspects, (p 639).
While emphasizing the continuity of the gradations between exclusively heterosexual and exclusively homosexual histories, it has seemed desirable to develop some sort of classification which could be based on the relative amounts of heterosexual and homosexual experience or response in each history... An individual may be assigned a position on this scale, for each period in his life.... A seven-point scale comes nearer to showing the many gradations that actually exist, (pp. 639, 656)
Kinsey, et al. (1948). Sexual Behavior in the Human Male..."
Note that Kinsey centers on sexual response. Meaning, if you have a hard on, or can have hard on (without fantasizing about males) with a woman, you are in the vast middle ground...which is biSEXUALTY.
Sure, if you are way over on the scale, you'd want or prefer males....so bisexuals who mostly prefer males, are probably close to the pure "gay" part of the spectrum.
Anyway, interesting discussion, but we'll never agree if we're arguing that vast middle ground of the spectrum. It's a question of how you define things. I'll stick to Kinsey.