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morganlh85
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*NOTE: This quiz does not find emotional readiness.

Keep track of your answers.

1. TRUE or FALSE: A man's penis can accidentally enter the urethra instead of the vagina.

2. TRUE or FALSE: Two condoms are better than one.

3. TRUE or FALSE: Condoms protect against all STDs.

4. TRUE or FALSE: A girl can't get pregnant during her period.

5. TRUE or FALSE: A girl can't get pregnant if the guy pulls out before he comes.

6. TRUE or FALSE: You can't get an STD from giving/receiving oral sex.

7. TRUE or FALSE: If the guy is only inside you for a few seconds, there is no chance of pregnancy.

8. TRUE or FALSE: You guy/girl has given you oral sex, so that means you have to return the favor, whether you are ready or not.

9. TRUE or FALSE: A virgin can't get pregnant.

10. TRUE or FALSE: A girl can't get pregnant from anal sex.

11. TRUE or FALSE: A girl can't get pregnant the first time.

12. TRUE or FALSE: The female G-spot is just a myth.

13. TRUE or FALSE: Blue balls are just a myth.

14. TRUE or FALSE: You can tell if a girl is a virgin by seeing if her hymen is torn.

15. TRUE or FALSE: "If you love me, you'll have sex with me/give me oral sex/give me manual sex."


If you answered TRUE to 2 or more of these questions, you DEFINITELY are not ready for any type of sexual activity. Why? These are some of the most common myths of sex, and most of them are OBVIOUSLY untrue, IF you have the right sexual knowledge. You REALLY need to brush up on your sexual knowledge before engaging in any sexual activity, for your sake and your partner's sake.

Questions? Comments?


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My only comments have to do with the anal sex question and the G-spot one. Do you just mean that a woman could theoretically get pregnant if the condom broke during anal sex and some ejaculate got near her vaginal opening?
And about the G-spot, there are some women who have never had vaginal orgasms, and I don't think a skepticism about the G-spot means one is ill prepared for sex. The worst that could happen is a pleasant surprise, right?

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CallMeBuffChick
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Ya know...I just spent like and hour typing down my answers. I put the wrong password, and it erased it all.

So I'm just going to sum it down...
...Alot of these question really don't have true/false answers. They have a 'yes if it's like this but then no if it's like this.'They are short essay answers

Questions 8 & 15, just really depend on the person. If they feel they have a need to then let them. Personal choice.

And Rizzo is right about the G spot question.Just because someone doesn't believe in it doesn't mean they aren't ready for sex.

As of that...I think I'm gonna go to bed...

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morganlh85
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The G-spot question is about your knowledge of the female body. It is important to know about your own sexual makeup, as well as your partner's, when it comes to sex.
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OK, but not every girl has a g-spot that she can feel. Wouldn't that make it seem like a myth to her? I just don't see how it's relevant if other people have found the g-spot, but the woman in question cannot. It's not really about "knowledge of the female body" or whatever, since it's not a universal thing.

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morganlh85
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Well, just because you haven't found it doesn't mean you shouldn't know it's there. Have you ever felt your liver? That doesn't mean it's not there, and that doesn't mean you shouldn't know that it is. Knowing about your body is important, the things you can see and feel and the things you can't.
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CallMeBuffChick
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Some people believe it's there and some don't. Thats what we're trying to tell you.

Knowing your body is a very important thing but it's also important to believe what you believe in, not just because says it's there.

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Heather
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Yo, folks?

Can we please tone down the drama?

It it a good idea to understand your anatomy? Yes it is. Does that mean it's a good idea to know where a part of it is that may or may not effect you? Sure. Will not knowing what or where the g-spot is effect most young adults? Probably not.

THe G-spot doesn't even come into sex play for most people period.

Morgan put up her own quiz, and if it's *for herself* that's groovy. And if she asked for comments or plopped it on someone else as a requirement with judgement, or without any credentials or sexuality background, people will certainly comment.

But let's keep it civil. Please.

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Sorry...
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I agree with the liver statement. The G-spot is not an "instant orgasm button", but the spongy tissue exists. Just because woman X doesn't find it pleasurable, or cannot feel it, doesn't mean she has no g-spot.

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