In 2006 Jocelyn Wentland, an Ottawa sex researcher, quizzed thousands of young, university-educated, heterosexual women about their sexual habits. She was curious to find out if women, and how many, were embracing sexuality in ways that they haven't in the past.

They answered 52 questions in total and her team analyzed the results.  She was surprised to discover that women were either highly sexual or not and that there was a nearly equal amount of women in each group.

Curious to know which category you belong in? Take a mini-version of the quiz and find out some interesting facts about Wentland's research. 

The results were published in the Canadian Journey of Human Sexuality in 2009. Read a blog post about the study on Wentland's site, Sexcellente.

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