People with higher sexual interest ratings populate a variety of sexual identity, attraction, and behavior categories. However, people with lower sexual interest ratings are likely to aggregate toward the more socially acceptable heterosexual side, independent of any inherent sexual orientation they may have. If your sexual interest is not particularly strong, then why not just subscribe to the default value of the heterosexual world? Why bother questioning and exploring, let alone identifying with, an LGBT sexuality when society, in general, seems to make things easier for straights? If you don’t particularly care, then, consciously or unconsciously, you opt for the path of least resistance. Getting into a heterosexual marriage, having a handful of heterosexual events, and living a straight lifestyle is not such a tall order for someone with LGBT tendencies but low sexual interest. Perhaps the stereotype of us gays being more sexually active, and at times more sexually preoccupied, than our straight counterparts may have a statistical explanation in addition to being just that—a mere stereotype. If the majority of potentially LGBT folks with lower sexual interest ratings have already migrated to the heterosexual side, this leaves only people with higher sexual interest ratings to populate the LGBT categories.