Let’s Talk Sex: Will You Fail Or Ace This Sexual Health Quiz?

Let’s Talk Sex: Will You Fail Or Ace This Sexual Health Quiz?

Let's talk sex

Yes, we said the S-word. Yes, we played a quiz on it too! Just to make you comfortable with it, let’s say it again together, because there’s nothing wrong with it. Sex.

There. Now that we’re over that, can we please get on to how important it is to talk about it? Everyone’s doing it (our country’s population is proof of it), but no one talks about it. And that’s a problem.

So, let’s talk sex! We gave seven questions on sexual health to seven pairs of millennials. Watch the video to see whether they flunked or aced it. And test how much you know about sex. Go ahead, take the quiz!

Choose the correct option and check your answers in the video.

(Photo: FIT)

The sole function of the clitoris is pleasure.

  1. Yes, of course
  2. No, nothing in this world is only for fun
  3. What is clitoris?
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Condoms are 100% effective.

  1. Yes, nothing can go wrong with a condom on
  2. No, but they’re the best protection you get
  3. Even Dettol doesn’t claim to be 100% effective
(Photo: FIT)

You can get pregnant if you have sex on your period.

  1. No, those are your safe days
  2. Yes, it’s still possible
  3. Science is scary
(Photo: FIT)

You can have an STI (sexually transmitted infection) and not know about it.

  1. Yes, this stuff is sneaky
  2. No, you can see the symptoms
  3. STIs, what?
(Photo: FIT)

Masturbating will lower your sperm count.

  1. Yes, it depletes your sperm bank
  2. No, there are millions of sperms
  3. Masturbation is bad
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You can get STIs if you haven’t had penetrative sex.

  1. No, how is that possible?
  2. Yes, it can spread in other ways
  3. It’s “sexually transmitted”, so there has to be sex, right?
(Photo: FIT)

Pulling out is a reasonably successful method of birth control.

  1. No, it’s a lie guys tell
  2. Yes, it’s about timing
  3. Shut up and wear a condom
Taking care of your sexual health is as important as any other type of health care. Whether it’s about sex, periods or pregnancy, if you have more doubts on sexual health, comment below with your queries or send them on fit@thequint.com. #LetsTalkSex

Cameraperson: Abhay Sharma
Video Editor: Kunal Mehra

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