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I’ve always said that the best way to prevent teen pregnancy is to turn 20, am I right? But for those still stuck in their 13-to-19s, the campaign’s Web site offers a quick quiz to help you determine how likely you are to get teen pregnant.
If, like me, your teen years are mercifully behind you, take the quiz anyway. I used it to determine whether or not I can boast more emotional maturity than a 16-year-old.
And . . . I cannot! I took the quiz and scored as “Sort of a Sexpert.” (Sort of a Sexpert? Do you people have any idea who I am?) According to the campaign, that score means that “Most of the time [I] know what the right choice is, but [I] don’t always make it when it comes to sex.” Yeah, that actually sounds about right.
But hey, maybe I’m just too fucking old to know how to prevent teen pregnancy. There is, after all, a “sexting” question:
Laura and Amy are bored* one Saturday afternoon so they start taking goofy pictures of each other with Laura’s camera phone. At first its just funny faces and model poses, but then Amy lifts up her shirt and Laura snaps a picture of her. “I’m so sending this to Mike,” says Laura.
A. “Ha! Do it! He’s so hot. Maybe he’ll return the favor and send me a picture of his naked butt.”
B. “No, don’t! I don’t want him to get the wrong idea. I like him, but I’m not ready to hook up yet.”
C. “You have to delete that picture immediately. That was really dumb of me. I don’t want that pic to get forwarded to everyone at school. Don’t you watch Gossip Girl?”
D. “Go ahead. Now he’ll see what he’s missing.”
I actually got that one right. But only because Iwatch Gossip Girl.
* oh, boredom.