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#1

UGH! The bane of anyone's high school sex life... so, what's a hymen anyway?

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  • Part of the vulva that indicates if someone is a virgin or not

  • A vaginal membrane that covers the opening of the vagina and breaks when you insert something

  • A membrane that sits just outside the vaginal opening and stretches or tears, but never goes away

  • A perforated tissue that covers the vaginal opening that bleeds when broken or torn

  • A part of the vulva that disappears after being broken or torn

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#2

No matter what he tells you, what's the average size of an erect penis (in inches)?

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  • About 9 inches

  • About 8 inches

  • About 7 inches

  • About 6 inches

  • About 5 inches

  • About 4 inches

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#3

Condoms keep everyone safe during sex, except when they don't. When should you switch your condom during sex?

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  • Between positions

  • Anytime you switch, um, holes

  • Trick question! You don’t need to!

  • Fun fact, you can actually reuse condoms

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#4

All of these forms of birth control help prevent pregnancy, but which method helps prevent herpes from spreading?

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    The Nuva Ring
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    IUD
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    Condoms
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    None of them. It's impossible to restrict the spread of herpes.

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#5

Whether you call it Plan B or The Morning After Pill, what does emergency contraception actually do?

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  • Prevents any active sperm from fertilizing an egg after having unprotected sex

  • Prevents an already fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus

  • Induces the menstrual cycle so a pregnancy does not occur

  • Makes the egg inhospitable for a sperm to attach to

  • Directly causes an abortion

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#6

This is an ultrasound of the prostate gland. If you have one of these, how often should you get yours checked?

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  • Once a year

  • Every five years or so

  • Once at 50 then only if your doctor says so, much like a colonoscopy

  • Rarely, about every 10 years or so once you turn 40

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