Eric Baker digs up a study from a couple years back:

Recent research suggests that, for most women, high sex drive is associated with increased sexual attraction to both women and men. For men, however, high sex drive is associated with increased attraction to one sex or the other, but not to both, depending on men's sexual orientation...These findings were replicated in a very large BBC data set and were found to hold true in different nations, world regions, and age groups.

Male sexuality is very very different from female sexuality - because testosterone matters. Which makes theĀ  binary gay-straight male question far simpler and less subtle than the gay-straight female question.

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