Jot down your answers, and find out where you stand on the ladder of love…
1. Condoms are most commonly used in which country?
B. ChinaC. UK
2. The average sex session lasts…
A. 8 minutes
B. 12 minutes
C. 16 minutes
D. 19 minutes
E. 27 minutes
3. Which of the following is not an aphrodisiac?
4. On average, how long does it take for a man to ejaculate?
A. 4.5 minutes
B. 5.5 minutes
C. 8 minutes
D. 10.5 minutes
E. 15 minutes
5. What percentage of people claim to have faked an orgasm?
A. 45% of women and 15% of men
B. 55% of women and 25% of men
C. 60% of women and 30% of men
D. 70% of women and 30% of men
E. 80% of women and 35% of men
6. On average, how long does it take a woman to orgasm?
A. 11 minutes
B. 17 minutes
C. 20 minutes
D. 23 minutes
E. 27 minutes
7. Which of the following isn’t a sexual position?
A. Wrapped Lotus
B. The Caboose
C. Ballet Dancer
D. The Conch
E. The Tominagi
8. The average clitoris is the size of a…
A. Grain of rice
A, D, E, B, D, C, D, E
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