Self-schemas are cognitive representations about the self that function to filter and organize social information, thereby guiding behaviors within self-relevant domains (Markus, 1977). Andersen and Cyranowski (1994) first offered the concept of sexual self-schemas as aspects of one’s self-view that relate specifically to one’s sexuality. Sexual self-schemas represent a cognitive, individual difference variable that serves to organize sexually relevant experiences and attitudes, and that provide ‘scripts’ to guide future judgements, decisions, and behaviors with potential relevance to one’s sexuality.