Many people see themselves as existing on a ‘grey area’ of not 100% gay or straight, says a photographer featured on inspiring website this week. “There are a million different ‘shades of gay’,” says artist Tillett Wright in her speech Fifty Shades of Gay. A child actor, in her early school life she saw herself as a boy, then later as a teenager she fell in love with both women and men. Wright’s own story led her to probe a little into others’ experiences of the LGBTIQ spectrum as part of her photography work. “I asked people to quantify themselves on a scale of one to 100 percent gay… and I watched so many existential crises unfold in front of me,” she laughs. “People didn’t know what to do, because they had never been presented with the option before.”