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The Hardest Sex Ed Quiz Ever

Are you fully versed in the birds and bees? Take the test.

male reproduction Source: Wikimedia

1. What are human sex cells called?
Wikimedia
Zygotes
Ovum

Spermatoza
Gametes
2. When does a woman usually ovulate?
Wikipedia
On the first day of her period.
On the last day of her period.

On the first day of her menstrual cycle.
Around 14 days into her menstrual cycle.
3. Are sperm and semen the same thing?
4. How many nerve endings does the clitoris have?
15
500

8,000
3,000
5. Which part of the male reproductive system is the arrow pointing to?
Wikimedia
Urethra
Sperm duct

Cowper's gland
Testis
6. Is there a 'safe' time of the month when a woman can't get pregnant from unprotected sex?
7. Which part of the female reproduction system is the arrow pointing to?
Wikimedia
Uterus
Fallopian tube

Cervix
Ovary
8. How many sperm are in the average ejaculation?
Wikimedia
10,000
100

200-500 million
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9. Which of these STIs can be transmitted via oral sex?
Herpes
Gonorrhoea

HPV
All of the above
10. And finally - can you catch an STI from a toilet seat?
Answer all the questions to see your result!
Psychobabble
You scored out of !
You're sexually clueless.
Are you an adult, or three toddlers in a trench coat? Be honest.
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Psychobabble
You scored out of !
You're sexually clueless.
Are you an adult, or three toddlers in a trench coat? Be honest.
Share your result:
Psychobabble
You scored out of !
You're sexually clueless.
Are you an adult, or three toddlers in a trench coat? Be honest.
Share your result:
You scored out of !
You could do with brushing up.
Did you somehow skip The Talk, and all of Junior Cert Biology too? Come on now.
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You scored out of !
You could do with brushing up.
Did you somehow skip The Talk, and all of Junior Cert Biology too? Come on now.
Share your result:
You scored out of !
You could do with brushing up.
Did you somehow skip The Talk, and all of Junior Cert Biology too? Come on now.
Share your result:
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You scored out of !
You know your sexy stuff.
We bet you were the Knowledgeable Friend everyone turned to for info in school, right?
Share your result:
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You scored out of !
You know your sexy stuff.
We bet you were the Knowledgeable Friend everyone turned to for info in school, right?
Share your result:
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You scored out of !
You know your sexy stuff.
We bet you were the Knowledgeable Friend everyone turned to for info in school, right?
Share your result:
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You scored out of !
You're a sexpert!
You were certainly paying attention in Sex Ed. Are you sure you're not a gynaecologist?
Share your result:
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You scored out of !
You're a sexpert!
You were certainly paying attention in Sex Ed. Are you sure you're not a gynaecologist?
Share your result:

(Q1: Gametes, Q2: 14 days in, Q3: Nope, Q4: 8,000+, Q5: Vas deferens/sperm duct, Q6: No, Q7: Cervix, Q8: There are 200-500 million of the little lads, Q9: All of the above, Q10: A resounding no.)

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