The Klein Sexual Orientation Grid (KSOG) is a tool created by Fritz Klein. It is used to describe sexual orientation. When filling in the Klein Sexual Orientation Grid, one is asked about seven different factors of sexual orientation. Each factor is must be assigned a number from one to seven. Each factor requires an answer for the past, the present, and the "idealized future." Each number selected represents a place on the spectrum from exclusive interest in the opposite sex to exclusive interest in the same sex.