字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - So here is a penis, and here is the precum. - Did you guys learn all this in your sex ed? (upbeat music) - Hi, my name is Daniella. - I'm Shelby. - Hi, my name's Nadia. - Hi, my name's Emily, and we're throwing it back to high school today, 'cause we're taking a sex ed quiz. - I think sex is something a lot of people are ashamed about and it's a pretty taboo topic. But you know, it's everywhere, and we all need to brush up on our sex ed. - Think I had a really good sex education in high school, and I will tell you all what I was told. Which is, sex is neither good nor bad, it is powerful. (Nadia gasps) - Oh. - And you have to be responsible. - [Producer] You'll be taking a men's sexual ed quiz. - Oh, great. - We are? - I thought it was just gonna be general stuff. I thought it was gonna be a lot about the fallopian tubes. And like, all that stuff. - Yeah, that's honestly false advertising there, dude. - Rude. - We got it, don't worry. I'm a penis expert, it's fine. - I have sex with women. - I don't. - This will be hard. (chuckles) - Well, we're all right. - This is will be hard. Don't use any of this. - See ya, bye. - Are you ready to do this? - I'm ready. - Okay, let's do it together. - Question one, read it. - What are doctors who specialize in the health care of male sexual and reproductive organs called? - [Emily] We have urologists, obstetrics and gynecology, eh, that's us. Endocrinologist, that's glands. Rheumatologist, no. - [Nadia] How did you know that? - It's urologist. - All right, urologist. - In terms of like, penis health and stuff like that, urologist would be the one. - Okay, you sound like you know what you're talking about. So we're gonna go with urologist. - I'm 80% sure. - Yep, urologist. - Okay. - [Daniella] True or false, people with penises get yeast infections. - [Shelby] Okay, I know for a fact that, that is true. - And I know that aside from getting a yeast infection on your genitals, you can also get yeast infections in other parts of your body. - The body. - I think they can. - I think they can get yeast infections, but like-- - Just in a different way. - Yeah, I mean, 'cause it's yeast, it's candida, you know what I mean? - Right. - [Daniella] What is the average length of an erect penis? Okay. - Three inches, four inches, five inches, or seven inches? - Five, I think. - You know-- - Seven, right? - I do not wanna give them that much credit here. - Oh, okay. - Seven's being a little generous. - This is seven inches. I'm pretty sure. - Oh, okay. - And like, yeah, I don't think it's that. - Okay, fine. - I think that's too long. - Maybe a happy medium would be five inches? - You know what, I'm thinking even lower, guys. - What? Daniella! So what do you think? - I'll go with either four or five. - Let's go with four, 'cause now I'm not confident anymore, so we're going with four inches, people. - How far can penises shoot sperm? - Also would like to reiterate this question says, shoot sperm. - Pew, pew, pew. - We have six inches, one foot, two feet, and five feet. - Okay. - One foot's about this much, which I've experienced. - I mean, you have to think about... - Oh my God. This is disturbing. - Okay. - Okay, so two feet. Honestly, I might go... Depending on how long it's been, or you know, the sexual frustration that's pent up. - Yeah, I mean... - Like, there could be a lot of pressure in there, you know? - That's true. There's a lot. - So let's also think about like, how far it needs to shoot to get a woman pregnant. I feel like, 'cause it's six inches enough? - Well, they swim. - I think two feet, maybe. - No, I think five. - You think five? - I know the answer with whale penises. - I think one, what do you think? (record scratches) With whale penises? Well, what is that answer. - And dolphins. Well, I know that like, they shoot sperm, apparently it's at the rate and the speed of a gun shot, like of a gun bullet coming out. So it's like really fast. - Although, maybe. Kind of like when you sneeze. That can go like 30 feet. (Daniella laughs) - Can it really? - Yeah, something like that. - Are you serious? - And it goes really far. - So you can like, essentially die from a whale ejaculation? - You might get hurt, I don't know. (Emily and Nadia laugh) - Okay, let's just do five. - Okay. - 'Cause that's kind of a fun answer. - It is. - You just might wanna get out of the line of fire with that one. Don't quote me on this. - Does the speed change in the water, versus outside the water? - That's a good question, and this is something we can investigate later. Let's do with one foot. (laughs) - I like one foot. - [Shelby] One theory speculates, that the motion of a penis thrust inside a vagina, evolved from a reflex intended to, blank. A, sexually satisfy the partner, B, ensure proper semen transferal, C, a protective technique during cold weather, and D, remove the sperm of other competitors. - Whoa. - Sexually satisfy the partner, definitely not. - Like, first and foremost, it's evolutionary. - Yes, of course. And that, in itself is-- - Evolution. - Yes. - And it's finest. - So I think we can get rid of sexually satisfy the partner, and also get rid of a protective technique during cold weather. - Though that would be actually really funny. If that was actually true. - Okay. - So we're gonna go with ensure proper semen transferal. - Semen transferal. - I kind of wanna go with that one. - My dick is so cold. (Nadia laughs) Can I please put it inside of you? - I think, - Ensure? - it's ensure the proper semen transferal. - Yeah, let's go with that. - [Nadia] True or false, penis size correlates to a person's foot size. - [Emily] False. - False, false, false. - False. - False. - False, but what if they're tricking us, 'cause that's like the most... You know what I mean? - No, but that's what... No. - [Nadia] Epididymal hypertension is the medical term for which colloquial phrase? - [Emily] Masturbation, wet dreams, blue balls, premature ejact? - Is that, that's not wet dreams? - I wanna say it might be. - Really? - Epididymal, so that's skin. - No, a nocturnal emission. - Hypertension. - You know earlier today, she was saying that blue balls is a myth. - Isn't real. - And you know, I kind of believe her, but now I'm just feeling like-- - Hyper, yeah, the hypertension. - The hypertension part seems to go with blue balls. - Epididymal, so skin-ish. - Blue balls? - Hypertension. - Is cold. - Epididymal hypertension. Blue balls is not cold. - But it-- - No, that's what the thrust is for. (Nadia laughs) - Blue balls could be a thing. Let's hope we're wrong, let's hope we're wrong. - I don't want it to be blue balls, but we're gonna say blue balls. - We're gonna say blue balls. - Hypertension. - It's blue balls. Even though blue balls is like a myth too. But it says, colloquial phrase. - I don't think it's a myth, I just think they put it on women, when like, you tease a man. (Nadia gasps) Or like, essentially don't have sex with them. Then he's like, ow, my balls hurt, 'cause they're ready to... (blows raspberry) We literally have to push humans out of our bodies. You can deal with not... Go to bathroom. (Nadia laughs) True or false, a penis can get stuck in a vagina. (Nadia gasps) - [Nadia] False? - True. - I think that's true. - That is so damn true. - Yeah. - Certainly not, that would be a nightmare. If it's gonna get stuck in a vagina, it won't even get in there in the first place. - I know that vaginas can stretch. - Can a penis get stuck in a vagina? - Then maybe if something happens to a vagina when it's stretched. - No, because a fucking baby can come out of there. (Nadia laughs) Next. Absolutely not. - I was just like trying to think of a scenario. - You wish your penis could get stuck in a vagina. (Nadia laughs) - I feel like there's been medical cases.