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The multiple aspects of sexual orientation and the boundary-drawing problems already described create methodological challenges for the study of the demographics of sexual orientation.
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Science, medicine, and homosexuality in modern society. Sexual orientation has many dimensions attractions, behavioridentityof which sexual arousal is the only product of sexual attractions which can be measured at present with some degree of physical precision. Asexual Bisexual Heterosexual Homosexual. Writing about the Samoan fa'afafine demographic, sociologist Johanna Schmidt writes that in cultures where a third gender is recognized, a term like "homosexual transsexual" does not align with cultural categories. Six of these questions assess sexual attraction, four assess sexual behavior, and two assess sexual orientation identity. Individuals who are exclusively homosexual, both in regard to their overt experience and in regard to their psychic reactions. Thus, a woman who is attracted to other women, but calls herself heterosexual and only has sexual relations with men, can be said to experience discordance between her sexual orientation homosexual or lesbian and her sexual identity and behaviors heterosexual.