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18 Signs You're A Sex Educator

How many times did you say "vagina" and "penis" with a straight face today? NOT MORE THAN I DID, SUCKAZ!

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4. You get really mad when your friends tell you they had unprotected sex.

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Seriously, I have so many statistics and rates about STD transmission memorized. All I hear is, "Blah blah blah I probably have HPV now and don't know it blah blah blah!"

5. You can correctly state and spell the full name of almost every STD without hesitation. / Via

Bacterial: Chlamydia. Gonorrhea. Syphilis.

Viral: Human Papilloma Virus. Herpes Simplex Virus. Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. Hepatitis (B, C, or D).

Parasitic: Trichomoniasis.

6. When people say, "I had sex," you secretly want them to clarify which type… even if it's irrelevant.

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Oral, vaginal, and anal sex are all types of sexual intercourse and all are risky for STIs. #TheMoreYouKnow

11. Once people find out what you do, they feel very comfortable asking you questions.

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Like that one time the guy from AAA fixed your car and then asked you questions about his upcoming vasectomy appointment… WHY?!

12. You know what each letter of the acronym LGBTQ means.


You also know the issues that lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer, and questioning people face. As well as asexual, intersex, and pansexual… and try your hardest not to be a heteronormative, cisnormative, homophobic, transphobic douchebag!

16. You have made the depressing realization that there are teenagers out there having way more sex than you are.


Don't they have hobbies? Don't they have homework? Where are they finding all of this time to get it on?

17. You are really, really comfortable with your coworkers.

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You know a lot more about each other than you probably should. For instance, when someone has scheduled their annual pap smear, trying a new birth control method, or having really bad cramps…

18. You know you're going to be a "cool" parent when you're older.

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Now that you've had all the experience in the world talking to young people (and a few adults too) about sex, you have no doubt that you will be open and understanding when talking to your own kids about the birds and the bees.

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