Their result for The Danaesexual Test ...

Yum: xxx %, Friend: yyy %, Sex: zzz %, Compat: www %

In the yum category, you would lose points for anything that makes someone less attractive to me in a knee-jerk "that's just my taste" kind of way. 71 is a neutral yum factor. Scores so far have ranged from 53 to a high of 95. I consider a score 85 and over to be notable.

In the friend category, you would lose points for anything that makes you annoying to me, and gain points for things we might have in common or which would cause me to respect you more. A neutral friend score is 32. Scores have ranged so far from 48 to a high of 93. I consider a score 83 and over to be notable.

In the sex category you would lose points for things that make us incompatible in bed, and gain points for things like shared kinks. A high score means better sex. A lower score means we have different tastes in bed and we might not enjoy sex together so much, or find it frustrating. A neutral sex score is 33. Scores have ranged so far from 33 to a high of 100. I consider a score of 86 or higher to be notable.

In the compatibility category, you would lose points for things which would make a serious long-term relationship not work, and gain points for similar goals and philosophies impacting a long-term relationship. Keep in mind that in the compatibility section, if you're already partnered, have children, or are too old to start a family, your score was automatically lowered significantly. A neutral compatibility score is 56. Scores so far have ranged from 39 to a high of 93. I consider a score of 90 or higher to be notable. A potential friend with benefits might have a high score in any combination of the first three categories. A secondary, or significant other of some sort, would have to have a high score in friendship, a reasonable score in yum, sex, and compatibility. A primary or life partner would have to have a very high score in compatibility and friendship, and a good score in sex and yumminess, with yumminess being the least important, as long as it isn't negative.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • yum factor Distribution

    They scored 78% on yum factor, higher than 50% of your peers.

  • friend factor Distribution

    They scored 72% on friend factor, higher than 100% of your peers.

  • sex factor Distribution

    They scored 60% on sex factor, higher than 75% of your peers.

  • compatibility Distribution

    They scored 76% on compatibility, higher than 100% of your peers.

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In the yum category, you would lose points for anything that makes someone less attractive to me in a knee-jerk "that's just my taste" kind of way. 71 is a neutral yum factor. Scores so far have range... Read more

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