Chief and Moineau take on Buzzfeed’s sex quiz in a head to head battle in this week’s episode of the BDSM podcast for dominants and submissives. Who knows more about sex? Listen to find out. We answer the sex questions and discuss the answers, throwing it tips and tricks to improve your sex life along the way.
Listen to the episode below.
[00:00:19] Chief: Hello, and welcome to another episode of conversations with a Dom with me, chief and Moineau.
[00:00:26] Moineau: Hello
[00:00:27] Chief: Today, we’re going to be doing a sex quiz to find out which of us knows the most about sex, sex parties to the test. Yes. And this is a quiz from
[00:00:37] Moineau: Buzzfeed, of course from 2021. Yes.
[00:00:40] Chief: Yeah. Now I think I know quite a bit about sex.
But I do think this quiz will maybe show that I don’t, because I think it’s got a lot of stats and things like that.
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[00:00:49] Moineau: Yeah. I think I have more knowledge about BDSM and kink than I do about actual, um, vanilla sex, sex
[00:00:58] Chief: sex with the anatomical sex. And it’s yes. If it’s a lot of anatomical questions, but we’ll find out, I guess we won’t say how many questions are in this quiz?
[00:01:06] Moineau: Uh, 14. 14. Okay. Yeah. And some of them are truthful. Some of them are multiple choice. We get a percentage out of 14. And I’ll take note of both of our answers.
Okay. Question one. Is penis size really related to shoe size. Yes or no.
[00:01:26] Chief: I’m going to say no. We always used to do the thing where you hold your thumb and forefinger in a sort of gun shape. And apparently. The hypotony use. Yes. The high portion is getting mass knowledge. It was the link from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the finger was how long. And I, I don’t know if that’s true, but I reckon it would be more accurate than shoe size.
[00:01:50] Moineau: Is that flacid or erect?
[00:01:53] Chief: Hmm. Erect.
[00:01:54] Moineau: So I think that’s the maximum. Do you know? Is it accurate?
[00:01:57] Chief: Well, yeah, but I mean, it’s, it’s difficult to cause everyone cheats, there’s a guy pushed, you pushed the ruler as much into your vein. You be bonus like really hard. So you get extra, extra inch along out of that.
So, yeah. So you
[00:02:12] Moineau: think the answer is, uh, I don’t have much basis to, I’ll say, I’ll say it’s also false. Um, I could see there being a slight correlation in terms of just in terms of proportion, like body proportions, I suppose, but then you also always have outliers. So then I’ll be taking that into account.
So we’re saying the answer is. Correct? Um,
[00:02:42] Chief: it is not
[00:02:44] Moineau: related to
[00:02:44] Chief: tissue size. Great question too. All
[00:02:47] Moineau: right. If you had to describe the shape of the clitoris, what object, what do you compare it to? You wish a button, a wishbone, or an eraser? An eraser. All poor people. It’s yeah. Oh, I wish the razor. Yeah. Like the little button.
Cause it’s like a.
[00:03:06] Chief: Like a rectangle, like a school eraser? Yes.
[00:03:09] Moineau: No, but like at the end of the pencil one, that’s not
[00:03:11] Chief: what I was thinking because yeah.
[00:03:14] Moineau: Uh, correct. It looks like a wish. Um,
[00:03:17] Chief: Hmm. Yeah. So many people don’t know this.
The, what you’ll see. It’s actually the head of the is under the clitoral hood, but the it’s actually a much bigger organ and it goes inside and then splits into and then kind of goes down around. Yeah, it looks,
[00:03:34] Moineau: it looks a bit like a fair. Uh, also like, you know, those, those, I, you probably don’t know the reference for those spinner ferries from the nineties where you would like pull the string and then the little doll would go spinning off and they had these wings, like that would spin.
[00:03:51] Chief: anyways, I think it’s just a Turkey wishbone and you know, your thing, you pull it Christmas quite
[00:03:57] Moineau: fair. Wishbone. I do know, is it, I don’t know. This is probably too much information, but I know that like, when I’m really aroused that. I know that my clitoria gets quite firm. I can feel it like around my labia, like it good quite firmly.
Um, just similar to the testicles getting from,
[00:04:19] Chief: and that’s why it’s important too, that you’re aroused before penetration. It is going to increase the sensation, right. Because it’s going around the vagina. Yeah. Yeah. And in gorgeous, like a penis, it basically is a penis right there. I think they split it.
It’s the same
[00:04:35] Moineau: at the same sex Oregon. Um, in the embryonic stage.
[00:04:39] Chief: Yeah. Yeah. All
[00:04:42] Moineau: right. One around the vagina can expand to about twice its normal size true or false.
[00:04:50] Chief: I’ll lose a true.
[00:04:52] Moineau: I’m going to say as well. Correct? It is called vaginal tenting. Yeah, that makes sense. I mean, we have to pitch
[00:04:59] Chief: babies out, so, but you can feel it.
So when I’m, if I’m using my fingers, uh, you’ll feel it. It’s like, um, when you’ve put your fingers in it’s the whole. The whole length of your finger is being hugged. And then if you’re using the kind of technique you use to make some squirt, which is like the middle two fingers, and you’re pushing upwards on the G-spot, you feel it just begins to open up.
[00:05:24] Moineau: That’s true. Depending on the time of month as well. I were to use my fingers, sometimes I can feel my cervix or whatever, and sometimes I have to really reach for
[00:05:33] Chief: it. Well, I I’ve heard that the that’s actually one of the reasons it changes shape the vagina is so that the cervix descends or alters its position in the vagina to suck up the sperm.
[00:05:48] Moineau: I mean, I can’t say that that sounds wrong. That sounds, that sounds plausible to me, but I wouldn’t be able to tell you, what did
[00:05:56] Chief: we get? What did we get as a school?
[00:05:58] Moineau: Uh, so far we’re good. So far we have them all correct. Okay. Three out of three. What what’s the average length of an erect penis between three and five inches between five and seven inches and between eight and nine inches.
And he wrapped
[00:06:15] Chief: this worldwide. I don’t
[00:06:17] Moineau: know. It does not say. Yeah.
[00:06:18] Chief: So I thought the UK average was, was something like 5.4 inches or five point when a rates 5.5 and four or 5.8. The bandings they’d given their five to seven seems seems too much. So why do we be different? So I’m going to go with whatever was the one below it.
What was it? Four to five between three and five. Yeah. I’m going to go for that then.
[00:06:43] Moineau: I’m going to say between five and seven. Okay. Um, my expectations. Uh, I wouldn’t just going to click on mine. I was correct. It is between five and seven inches, according to the Kinsey Institute and the UK national health service.
[00:07:00] Chief: What did it give it 5.4? It
[00:07:02] Moineau: doesn’t say I’d have to click it into it and I’m on my phone. So, anyway, last and love, activate the same part of the brain.
True or false.
[00:07:13] Chief: I’m going to say I D I have no idea complete guests, but I’m going to say
[00:07:17] Moineau: no, I’m going to say false. And we are correct. They activate two separate parts of the brain, according to a study, lust triggers, parts of the brain that control pleasurable feelings associated with sex and food, but love triggers, parts of the brain associated with habits.
[00:07:35] Chief: Yeah, this is interesting. I think it, because when you need both in a relationship, you need less than love. And I think when you get into some relationships and it’s more about lost, some of them were about love and then you can become too intimate with someone. And that kind of kills some of the desirable.
Apparently, if you’d read Esther Pearl’s work, that’s what that’s kind of the core of a hypothesis.
[00:07:58] Moineau: Yeah,
[00:07:58] Chief: Uh, mating in captivity. There’s one of them, but she’s, she’s done a Ted talk as well, but that’s her, her philosophy is that the more together you are, you need separation, separation
[00:08:08] Moineau: breeds. Breeds affection or what is it? Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
[00:08:13] Chief: Yes, but not fonder. Hornier. Ordinary. Yeah. It’s the cause you can have a closeness with someone. You can love them, but you’re not attracted to them anymore.
[00:08:24] Moineau: Right. That makes sense. Sure. What percent of penises worldwide are circumcised? 30%, 40% or 50%
[00:08:34] Chief: again, complete guests, 30%.
[00:08:35] Moineau: Um, I think it’s a bit higher at 40%.
So. Oh, it is 30%
[00:08:44] Chief: fact, according to
[00:08:46] Moineau: the, um, oral health organization, statistics from 2007.
[00:08:51] Chief: Yeah. I think it’s more common in America from what I’ve
[00:08:54] Moineau: heard. It is. Um, definitely
[00:08:58] Chief: I think most guys, new Ks aren’t aren’t whereas in most, I mean, and I would explain the 30% by. Probably less than 30% in UK, but again, I’m making these figures up from what I’ve heard from experiences.
[00:09:11] Moineau: I know that there are more circumcised men in the states than European countries, for example, uh, anyways, penises used to have, I have no idea. It doesn’t, it doesn’t say
[00:09:24] Chief: must be about six.
[00:09:25] Moineau: Something, I guess we’ll find out penises. He used to have spikes all over them. True or false. Okay.
Now my thinking is that a cat’s penis has spikes.
[00:09:35] Chief: Yeah. Fox does as well. Doesn’t it say that it’s got to be some,
[00:09:41] Moineau: some, is there a common ancestor that we can say that yes. Penis is used for this bike? I’m trying to think of any primates. I don’t know. Primates and mammals,
[00:09:51] Chief: but they’re still wisdom members.
So I get, I think I’m going to say yes, cause this is an odd question to ask if the answer is no.
[00:10:00] Moineau: Sure. Yes, we are correct. It is horrifyingly true chimpanzees. Mice and cats still have them, but thankfully, somewhere along our evolution, humans lost this part of the DNA that would have given penises, their
[00:10:13] Chief: spikes, chimps still have them all the
[00:10:16] Moineau: time. And this the one that I can’t pronounce the Mac, a Q U E S. Anyways, those ones they’re primates. Yes. Yes. Moving on approximately how many nerve endings does the clitoris have 4,000, 6,000 or 8,000? I know this one.
[00:10:32] Chief: I think it’s, I thought it was 8,000, but I, we went to talk and they said this figure and I can’t remember.
[00:10:38] Moineau: pretty sure it’s 8,000.
[00:10:40] Chief: I was thinking 8,000 at the talk, but then they set the answer and I can’t remember what they said.
[00:10:45] Moineau: I’m clicking it, correct. It has around 8,000 more nerve endings than your tongue and fingertips. The penis has 4,000. So that’s perhaps why you got sucks. Wearing socks during sex can actually increase your chances of having an orgasm true or false.
[00:11:05] Chief: They’ve done a study because you’re warmer. I can’t remember the exact conclusion of the study, but I think it’s something to do with you’re more relaxed and more comfortable, and we know that any sort of anxiety or. Distraction is going to stop here.
[00:11:22] Moineau: Okay. I’m going to say, I have nothing to base this on.
Yes. I know. We know the answer. It is true. However, I’m going to think the rationale, I don’t know what the rationale is. We’d have to click into all these links. So according to this study, um, in the Netherlands couples were 30% more likely to orgasm with warmer feet.
Natural vaginal lubricant contains a substance called squalene, which is also found in the liver of which animal snake monkey or shark.
[00:11:54] Chief: No clue whatsoever. I believe.
[00:11:59] Moineau: Or a shark or
[00:12:00] Chief: snake. I mean, I’m going to say monkey just because it’s the closest to us, but I’m,
[00:12:04] Moineau: I’m pretty sure it’s a shark.
Okay. But I, cause I think, you know, like whaling industry and all those things that were drawn out of livers of, of Marine mammals and the Victorian times, or anyways, it is correct. You can find it in the liver of a shark weird, but true. I’m pretty sure I know that squalene. Well it’s used in skin brought out like cosmetics.
It’s it’s lubricating. There you go. It lubricates things. I don’t know why a shark’s liver hasn’t, but I know that it keeps things nice and loomed up. Yep. All right. Uh, the penis is a muscle true or false.
[00:12:45] Chief: I, I think it’s a rectal tissue and I don’t think it’s a machinist erectile tissue. I don’t think it’s a muscle.
[00:12:54] Moineau: I think it’s an organ, right? A sex organ. So an organ is not, uh, muscle.
[00:13:00] Chief: I don’t think it is not that
[00:13:02] Moineau: we’re saying. We are correct. According to the NHS, contrary to popular belief, the so-called love muscle. It does not contain any muscle. That’s why you cannot move it very much. Run it direct. The penis is a kind of sponge that feels with blood when a man is sexually excited.
Yeah, that’s true. And then you have the pelvic muscle that actually does the movement, you know, when you’re. Yeah.
[00:13:27] Chief: Yeah. When you Jack that you can feed it writing that’s the most pleasurable bit.
[00:13:32] Moineau: Yeah, I agreed. Same with same with the female orgasm.
On average, how many calories does sex?
[00:13:40] Chief: I going to say, speaking of muscles.
Yeah, I did hear that if you have trouble orgasming, one tip is to clench your toes because there’s something about contraction and muscles, which also. Potentially. Contracting of the muscle that makes you come. That
[00:14:01] Moineau: makes, I know when I’m about to come, I am often clenching my toes
[00:14:05] Chief: or grabbing the bed sheets
[00:14:06] Moineau: or I like my, like my, my toes are clenched.
It actually feels
[00:14:10] Chief: really. Yeah. It’s a really common response and, um, I don’t know exactly why it happens. I’m curious, you
[00:14:16] Moineau: know what, I’m clenching my toes right now. I feel like I’m also slightly clenching my pelvic muscles.
[00:14:22] Chief: It’s like advanced reflexology. I’m giggling now why do women clench?
When all gets,
[00:14:34] Moineau: it just feels nice. You know, when you stretch in the morning, you widened your hands. At least I do. I stretch out my, my fingertips and I clenched my toes at the same time. And that feels really pleasurable. I can tell you why that’s so satisfying.
[00:14:48] Chief: It is here we go. The toe curling is a side effect of our autonomic nervous system, which controls unconscious processes.
It’s a natural, muscular response that might happen right before the. Well, not all mobiling orgasms automatically mean teams will call, uh, it doesn’t make sense that,
[00:15:07] Moineau: so if you stimulate the muscle that curls are expose in reverse, it’s like the Pablo fallopian response then yes. So they can train someone to orgasm probably if they do
[00:15:19] Chief: like totally, obviously dopamine and oxytocin are released during an organism, which sends a signal to your nervous system to relax.
The toe curling is a side-effect of our automatic autonomic nervous system, which controls unconscious processes. So somehow those two are linked, which means it’s like, um, it’s like, uh, there’s I can’t remember the name of the lady. It might’ve been Amy Cuddy who who’ve meant to the power pose. So if you want to feel more confident when you feel confident, you tend to expand your body language, you know, bigger and stuff.
You can do it in reverse. You, you T you adopt the pose that a confident person would have, and that tricks your brain to release the chemicals that actually make you confident. And it sounds like it could be very similar. You do the, you do the response that you would get if you orgasming and therefore that body tricks your body is going.
[00:16:08] Moineau: yes. Let’s see. No, I wonder, I mean, toes clenching can increase your orgasm. Is that what we’re saying?
[00:16:14] Chief: No, I think you can help you organize if you have trouble maybe right at the edge and can’t get it
[00:16:20] Moineau: now. I wonder, cause I’ve heard about the holding your thumb to be able to deep throat. And I want to, yes, I have not.
I’ve I have tried it, but I think I need more practice to be there. So,
[00:16:33] Chief: so if this theory is that you clench, if you
[00:16:37] Moineau: hold your thumb in your fist, you will be able to put a penis down your throat for.
[00:16:43] Chief: Let’s see, one study shows that folding your left thumb into the Palm of your hand, then making a fist and squeezing your left thumb helps some people with their gag
[00:16:53] Moineau: reflex.
Is it just a distraction that’s like keeping you from thinking about the fact that you’re going to gag. It must be that, well, maybe, maybe there’s a physiologic.
[00:17:02] Chief: Maybe. I mean, this is, this is not a scientific, so there’s a few people who’ve tried. Take it with a grain of salt on various channels. Yes, there is.
Well, there’s a, there’s a, uh, there’s a gag reflex challenge. Take talks.
[00:17:18] Moineau: I’m not going to click on that anytime soon. Yeah.
[00:17:20] Chief: Yeah. All right. Jury’s out. Give it a go. So leave a comment as to if, if it worked for
[00:17:27] Moineau: you. All right. I will, we can try it out later. We can let
[00:17:31] Chief: the .
[00:17:35] Moineau: Well, there aren’t many times that you’re actually like.
Purely face fucking me either. We can try it. Right. Awesome. On average, how many calories does sex burn per minute? Three or four? Uh, six to eight or a 10 to 15 per minute.
[00:17:54] Chief: Right? Well, I know sports like highly injected sports burn about 12 to 15 a minute. So. What, what are the, what are the categories?
[00:18:06] Moineau: Yeah, six to eight or 10 to 15.
[00:18:08] Chief: It totally depends what you’re doing and how hard you going. I recommend average a very lazy, so I’m going to go three to four. Uh, just like just missionary for the woman, definitely three to four
[00:18:19] Moineau: or less for the woman.
[00:18:21] Chief: Um, or we shouldn’t maybe not women. The, the bottom. Bottom. Yeah.
[00:18:26] Moineau: That’s true. Yeah, that’s true.
[00:18:29] Chief: Unless she’s on top because then whoever’s on the bottom. Probably not
[00:18:36] Moineau: is that you’re getting the pounding instead of doing the pounding. If you are both doing the pounding then great on you
[00:18:41] Chief: anyways.
[00:18:44] Moineau: That’s fair to saying
[00:18:45] Chief: sex. Doggy is like, if I’m
[00:18:48] Moineau: going to there’s a lot of average, I’m going to average for all of it and say six to eight,
[00:18:54] Chief: you’re saying.
[00:18:57] Moineau: Wrong. It is three or four, so I was wrong. You were right? Yes. According to this study, whatever this study has.
[00:19:04] Chief: Yes. We’re going by the very, probably extremely accurate, accurate Buzzfeed’s feet. Yes.
[00:19:11] Moineau: A person can get pregnant without having intercourse. Yes. I mean an entire religion has been found that office, this
[00:19:20] Chief: story, I want to hear your thoughts before I give my a,
[00:19:24] Moineau: a person can get pregnant without having intercourse.
If we are thinking about how sperm travels so readily and rapidly. Yeah. If you are having outercourse and sperm happens to reach the. Inner areas then I think that that’s definitely possible. Also, wait a minute. The obvious answer here being IVF,
[00:19:48] Chief: fertility treatments, but that’s
[00:19:51] Moineau: not intercourse. Is it the Turkey Beyster to most people
[00:19:55] Chief: is not a there’s two ways.
I think the other way is, um, well, if you have intercourse, But then sperm could live, I think up to seven days so they can Nessel and just go, Hey,
[00:20:10] Moineau: that’s why it’s nice. Sometimes when, you know, when the period comes and you’re like, phew,
I have heard, this is a myth that I’ve heard that, some females can get pregnant through anal intercourse because the wall between them rectum and the vaginal area is then I know, but that’s the myth I have heard. So I’m just repeating. So
[00:20:37] Chief: do you not believe this people? I
[00:20:38] Moineau: don’t believe it. Um, but obviously people are coming up with these, these myths for a reason, you know, they’re trying to explain the unexplainable and perhaps creating an entire religion.
[00:20:51] Chief: Yeah. Well, speaking of thin walls, um, I heard the truly terrifying thing the other day, which was that if you have the coil, the coil can get absorbed into the uterus, which is absolutely as
[00:21:03] Moineau: let’s not start going. Oh, I,
[00:21:05] Chief: that must be absolutely terrifying. But as a woman, it’s incredibly. Dangerous
[00:21:12] Moineau: scary, dangerous and life-threatening yeah.
Yeah. Anyways, we’re going to say then that true, a woman, a person can get pregnant without having. And we are correct. Pregnancy occurs when sperm fertilizes an egg, which can happen. Anytime. Sperm is in contact with the vagina. For example, if you or your partner have semen or pre jacket on your fingers and touch your vagina, it is very unlikely, but not impossible.
Correct. All right, this is the last question. How effective are we at? Both have minus
[00:21:46] Chief: one. Oh, you got the, uh,
[00:21:49] Moineau: I did get one wrong. The calories. So you are in the lane three to four. It
[00:21:55] Chief: was four. Yeah. It’s this, this is make or break for
[00:21:58] Moineau: you. Oh, dear. How effective are condoms at preventing pregnancy and STI transmission and STI.
Okay. 90% effective, 98% effective or 99.9% effective.
[00:22:15] Chief: I’m going to let you answer for.
[00:22:17] Moineau: I’m going to say 90% effective as is the, as per common use. However I correct. No common use and I correct use, I think it goes up to a 98% effective, but I’m going to say as normal use 90% effective,
[00:22:37] Chief: I assume the question means correct use. I think in which case I think is it’s definitely not knowing. Well, one of the things I think is something scary, like 98%, which is quite scary because that means one in 50 times you have sex your at risk of someone. Well, actually it’s not yet it’s pregnancy or STI. So if they haven’t got STOs, then obviously it doesn’t mean one in 50 chance.
They’re getting pregnant. So anyway, anyway, it’s going to be my answer
[00:23:10] Moineau: 98. I think it’s an 90. It is 98. Condoms are 98% effective if used correctly. Okay. But I did, you said caveat, I said if used correctly that it was 98%. So we both got that right. Um, protecting against pregnancy and most STI is like chlamydia and gonorrhea.
So overall based on the answers that I clicked, I got 11 out of 14, correct? Apparently. So we are certified experts. Congratulations. That is great. Now to put all that information too good. You, yeah.
[00:23:50] Chief: I mean, none of these questions help you have better sex. They’re all about, well, maybe knowing a bit about like literacy helps and knowing, but it doesn’t really tell you what to do.
Does it? It’s not,
[00:24:01] Moineau: I will be clenching my toes and holding my thumb, hoping that it all works out.
[00:24:07] Chief: Yeah, well, there we go. Um, loads of sex quizzes online, as, as we said, just a bit of fun. It’s good to have some background stats and knowledge. I think it just, just doing them helps normalize sex, which we’re all for and discussing sex.
So we’re all for these kinds of. As to whether it’s going to make you a better lover or improve your DS relationship, probably not. But, um, if you’re able to discuss these things with your partner, that certainly will have an impact.
[00:24:34] Moineau: So the message in all of the madness, what
[00:24:38] Chief: do you do? Quizzes with a partner because it opens up.
[00:24:42] Moineau: communicate exactly. And talk about sex. Sex is healthy and normal and good for. Scientifically proven it can be for your brain chemistry stuff. I don’t know.
[00:24:56] Chief: Well, on that note, thank you very much for listening. We hope you’ve enjoyed it and see you next time. Bye.