How Well Do You Know The Female Anatomy?

Let's see if you can get a perfect score.

Liz Carlson
Created By Liz Carlson
On Jan 30, 2018

Let's get personal. When you have sex for the first time, what usually tears?

What do the fallopian tubes do?

What is an areola?

What does it mean when they say your cervix is dilated?

Where does the baby lie in wait until they're ready to come into the world?

What comes out of the urethra?

What is one of the two ways a woman can orgasm?

Why do women get periods?

Where is prostate located in a woman?

What is the G-spot?

You should read a textbook.

You should read a textbook.

You should read a textbook. You're pretty unaware of the female body. You might want to look some things up because chances are you either have these body parts or you'll be encountering them someday.

You know the body pretty well.

You know the body pretty well.

You know the body pretty well. You keep up to date with the female body. You're no anatomy dummy. You take the time to learn and be familiar with what is important.

You're a female expert.

You're a female expert.

You're a female expert! You know exactly what is going on on this voluptuous body! You take great pride in being very knowledgeable about women's bodies and health. Kudos!