BY taking this test, you can measure your sex knowledge. Check whether the answer to each statement should be True or False. Compare your answers with the correct answers below. Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer and add the results. Your final score is your S.Q.

A score of less than 50 indicates inadequate knowledge; 50 to 60 equals good; 70 or 80 equals excellent; 90 or above equal unusually superior.

1. A sex position other than one with the male above is wrong.
2. Most couples are forced to stop their sexual activity after age 60.
3. Intercourse that goes on too long can be fatiguing and frustrating.
4. Sex relations between a human female and an animal can never result in offspring.
5. Urethral strictures are caused by excessive sexual activity.
6. Aphrodisiacs can cure frigidity.
7. Sadism was first practiced by the ancient Greeks.
8. Drugs and infections in the mother can pass to the blood- stream of the unborn baby.
9. There are some slight physical changes in the sex organs in old age.
10. Anal coitus is against the law.


1. false – Any position that is mutually agreeable is “right.”
2. false – There is no cut off point at any one age to sexual activity.
3. true – In the male, prolonged intercourse without orgasm may sometimes be a form of impotence.
4. true – Reports of such offspring have never been verified.
5. false – Urethral strictures are caused by gonorrheal infections or other diseases and irritations.
6. false Frigidity is almost always an emotional rather than a physical problem and cannot be cured by drugs.
7. false – The Greeks were entirely free of sadism, masochism, or other sexual deviations with the exception of homosexuality.
8. true – Despite earlier belief, there is no barrier to certain infections or chemical influences passing from the mother to the embryo.
9. true – The male organs shrink slightly; the lining of the female vagina becomes somewhat thinner and drier.
10. true – Laws against sodomy or unnatural acts apply against anal coitus or other non-vaginal sex contacts.

  1. Mitch says: October 3, 20119:40 am

    I’m Unusually Superior! Also, I got 90% on the quiz, only having missed the one about the Greeks. I’m pretty sure that the answer to #10 has changed since this was written, at least in most states.

    I’ll let somebody else start the flamewar about whether or not homosexuality is a ‘deviation’.

  2. tb says: October 3, 201111:50 am

    Err, I don’t want to start a flame war either but no. 10 would no longer be true in the majority of the states. Even if it is true in some states it is rarely enforced. There really isn’t a flame war because there are of course other sexual techniques that are practiced that are non vaginal regardless of which way “you swing”.

  3. Hirudinea says: October 3, 201112:06 pm

    Number 7 has me worried, I do not want my junk shrinking! (Hell cold water is bad enough!)

  4. tb says: October 3, 201112:15 pm

    Be prepared Mr. H; it does. You’ll be in the restroom saying “Where is that thing?”.

  5. qyooqy says: October 3, 20116:17 pm

    But….If cartilage continues to grow as people age http://www.doctoroz.com… and there is cartilage in the penis, why would it shrink?

  6. Michael, N5RLR says: October 4, 20114:11 pm

    I scored 100%; taking #7 and #10 in the context of their respective eras. 😉

  7. Charlene says: October 4, 201110:45 pm

    6 is wrong. Lack of sexual interest can be psychological but it’s more often either hormonal or innate. In this time period, though, it’s often situational – women were under immense pressure to marry in those days, and a lot of women who in our time would remain single (or marry women) ended up married rather grudgingly to men they didn’t desire but felt they had to marry.

    7 is also…well, it’s true that sadism wasn’t first practiced by the Greeks; it’s much older than that. But there’s never been a society in human history where they didn’t do the things we do. The only innovations we’ve made are technological.

    8 is tricky. Some infections and drugs can pass the placental barrier, but not all. HIV can’t easily pass the barrier, which is why neonatal HIV transmission can be reduced with drugs and surgery.

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