I can definitely see how you’d think that was the case — and wasn’t my intention whatsoever. “User” was employed when the participant identified as queer or bi, which meant that I didn’t know if he/she was, well, a he or a she. (Just that he/she desired men or desired women). Thus, I knew that a “straight male” felt a certain way because it was someone who was looking at female profiles and identified as straight. Hopefully that makes sense.