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The Hardest Sex Quiz You Will Ever Take

Do you know your clitoris from your elbow? Prove it here.

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  1. 1. How much does the vagina grow when a woman is aroused?

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    It expands to twice its normal size.
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    It doesn't get bigger.
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    Wrong!

    It's called "vaginal tenting".

  2. 2. Can you lose something in a vagina?

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    Yes
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    No
  3. 3. How big is a clitoris actually?

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    Smaller than your thumb.
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    Bigger than your thumb.
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    Wrong!

    Actually, quite a lot bigger than your thumb, and a different shape too.

    A clitoris actually extends well beyond the part that you can see. It has two legs that extend for around five inches down each wall of the vagina.

    Actually, quite a lot bigger than your thumb, and a different shape too.
    Via en.wikipedia.org
  4. 4. Is penis size really related to shoe size?

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    Yes
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    No
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    NOPE.

    Here's a study that proves it.

  5. 5. Can a hymen really tell you if someone is a virgin?

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    Yes
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    No
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    Nope, not at all. Hymens are all different shapes and sizes, for starters. And they can be torn by fingers, tampons, gynecological exams, or even exercise.

  6. 6. What does "penis captivus" mean?

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    It's when two people get stuck together during sex.
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    It's when a man's erect penis won't return to its flaccid state.
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    The vaginal muscles clamp down on the penis and don't let go.

    It's a rare condition, but does happen. Priapism is the name for an erect penis that won't go down.

  7. 7. What has the bigger collection of nerve endings: the tongue, or the clitoris?

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    Tongue
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    Clitoris
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    Wrong!

    It has more than your fingertips, too.

  8. 8. What is the pudendal nerve?

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    It carries sensation from the external genitalia in both men and women.
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    It carries sensation from secondary erogenous zones in both men and women.
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    It's the main nerve of the perineum.

  9. 9. Is this true or false? "The neck of the cervix moves up and out of the way when a woman is aroused."

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    True
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    False
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    Yep, it does.

  10. 10. What's the average erect penis length?

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    Around six inches
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    Around eight inches
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    The average erect penis size is between five and seven inches, according to both the Kinsey Institute and the NHS.

  11. 11. What's the average erect penis circumference?

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    4.7–5.1 inches
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    3.8–4.7 inches
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    Wrong!

    So says the NHS.

  12. 12. What is produced in Cowper's glands in men?

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    Semen
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    Pre-ejaculatory fluid
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    Wrong!

    Most of the fluids in semen are made in the prostate gland.

  13. 13. What carries sperm from the testes to the ejaculatory duct?

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    Vas deferens
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    Urethra
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    Wrong!

    According to the Kinsey Institute: "The vas deferens carries sperm from the testes to the ejaculatory duct. There, the sperm mixes with semen and – if a man ejaculates – then it travels through the urethra and out of the body."

  14. 14. What percentage of men worldwide are circumcised?

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    30%
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    60%
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    That's according to the latest World Health Organisation statistics from 2007. An estimated two-thirds of those people are Muslim.

  15. 15. What is Peyronie’s disease?

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    A rare STI.
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    A bent or curved penis.
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    An estimated 5 million men in the US have it. It generally happens after a sexual trauma and is more drastic than the slight bend or curve that many men have.

  16. 16. Can a woman get pregnant if she's on her period?

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    Yes
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    No
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    According to the NHS, it's not very likely but it can happen.

  17. 17. What happens to the lateral orbitofrontal cortex during orgasm?

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    It shuts down.
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    It goes into overdrive.
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    Wrong!

    Janniko Georgiadis, a neuroscientist at the University of Groningen, told the LA Times:

    It's the seat of reason and behavioral control. But when you have an orgasm, you lose control.

  18. 18. How does blood flow to the penis change during an erection?

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    The arteries to the penis open wider, and the veins away from it constrict, leading to a build up of blood.
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    The heart pumps faster so more blood than usual flows to the penis.
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    The technical terms are vasoconstriction (constricting) and vasodilation (widening).

  19. 19. Which nerve does NOT run through the spinal cord?

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    The pelvic nerve
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    The pudendal nerve
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    The vagus nerve
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    The vagus nerve. All three are involved in providing your brain feedback during sex.

  20. 20. What is "anorgasmia"?

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    An inability to reach orgasm.
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    An orgasm that lasts longer than a minute.
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    It's fairly common.

Vasoconstriction refers to constricting, while vasodilation refers to widening. A previous version of this quiz mislabelled the terms.

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