Food·Updated on Jan 22, 2021This Sex Test Has Only 14 Questions, And I Bet You Can't Get 9/14 CorrectPut your ~sexpertise~ to the test.by Sarah AsplerBuzzFeed Staff, CanadaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Is penis sizereally related to shoe size? Yes Correct Incorrect Yes No Correct Incorrect No Correct! Wrong! It's not! And here's the study that proved it. If you had to describe the shape of the clitoris,what object would you compare it to? Abutton Correct Incorrect Abutton A wishbone Correct Incorrect A wishbone An eraser Correct Incorrect An eraser Correct! Wrong! It looks like a wishbone! When most people think of the clitoris, they think of the small visible part. But research indicates that it actually has branches that extend down underneath the skin, along either side of the vulva, kind of in a wishbone shape. When aroused, the vagina can expand to about twice its normal size. True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! It's true! It's called "vaginal tenting." What's the average length of an erect penis? Between 3 and 5 inches Correct Incorrect Between 3 and 5 inches Between 5 and 7 inches Correct Incorrect Between 5 and 7 inches Between 8 and 9 inches Correct Incorrect Between 8 and 9 inches Correct! Wrong! It's between 5 and 7 inches! According to both the Kinsey Institute and the UK's National Health Service. Lust and love activate the same part of the brain. True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! It's false! They activate two separate parts of the brain, according to this study. Lust triggers parts of the brain that control pleasurable feelings associated with sex and food, but love triggers parts of the brain associated with habits. What percent of penises worldwide are circumcised? 30% Correct Incorrect 30% 40% Correct Incorrect 40% 50% Correct Incorrect 50% Correct! Wrong! It's 30%! According to World Health Organization statistics from 2007. Penises used to have spikes allover them. True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! It's horrifyingly true! Chimpanzees, macaques, mice, and cats still have them. But thankfully, somewhere along our evolution, humans lost the part of our DNA that would have given penises their spikes. Approximately how many nerve endings does the clitoris have? 4,000 Correct Incorrect 4,000 6,000 Correct Incorrect 6,000 8,000 Correct Incorrect 8,000 Correct! Wrong! It has around 8,000! The clitoris has more nerve endings than your tongue and fingertips. The penis has only 4,000. Wearing socks duringsex can actually increase your chances of havingan orgasm. True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! It's true! According to a study by the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, couples were 30% more likely to orgasm with warmer feet. Natural vaginal lubricant contains a substance called squalene, which is also found in the liver of which animal? Snake Correct Incorrect Snake Monkey Correct Incorrect Monkey Shark Correct Incorrect Shark Correct! Wrong! You can also find it in the liver of a shark! Weird but true. The penis is a muscle. True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! It's false! According to the NHS, "Contrary to popular belief, the so-called love muscle does not contain any muscles. That's why you cannot move it very much when it's erect. The penis is a kind of sponge that fills with blood when a man is sexually excited." On average, how many calories does sex burn per minute? 3 or 4 Correct Incorrect 3 or 4 6–8 Correct Incorrect 6–8 10–15 Correct Incorrect 10–15 Correct! Wrong! It's 3 or 4 calories! According on this study. A person can get pregnant without having intercourse. True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! It's true! Pregnancy occurs when sperm fertilizes and egg, which can happen any time sperm comes into contact with a vagina (for example, if you or your partner have semen or pre-ejaculate on your fingers and touch your vagina). It's very unlikely, but not impossible. How effective are condoms at preventing pregnancy and STI transmission? 90% effective Correct Incorrect 90% effective 98% effective Correct Incorrect 98% effective 99.9% effective Correct Incorrect 99.9% effective Correct! Wrong! Condoms are 98% effective! If used correctly, condoms are 98% effective at protecting against pregnancy and most STI's like chlamydia and gonorrhea.