According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, only 24 states and the District of Columbia require that public schools teach sex education. Only 20 of those require that the information be "medically accurate." Yikes. Other places, such as the Netherlands, Switzerland, France and Spain, tend to do a better job at sex ed in the classroom. But chances are that if you grew up in the United States, your sex education wasn't quite as comprehensive as it could have been - if you got any at all. June is Adult Sex Ed Month, an initiative that is very close to our hearts - providing accurate, accessible information about sex is what Kinkly's all about. But even if you're tapped into to all of the great resources available to adults, chances are that your sex education got off to a slow start. Either way, we'd like to know. Take our short quiz and tell us about your sex education.

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