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From which languages does the term homosexuality originate?
What slang expression is used for sexual intercourse with rear entry?
Hoe long is the longest erect penis ever measured?
How long is the shortest erect human penis ever recorded?
Which primate (humans, apes, monkeys) has the largest penis?
How quickly does the sperm swim the 8-10 centimetres up to a woman's eggs?
How many calories does a tea spoon of semen contain?
How long can semen survive inside a woman's body?
How does semen taste?
How many million sperm cells does one ejaculation contain?
What is pre-ejaculate?
Can pre-ejaculate make you pregnant?
The word 'avocado' comes from an Aztec dialect called Nahuatl. What does the word mean?
What are testicles used for?
What is the epididymis used for?
What do you call chatting on the internet whilst masturbating?
What do some people think they can cure by having sex with a virgin?
What did people use to believe masturbation could lead to?
In the past people believed that masturbation could lead to diseases, but today masturbation competitions are taking place in several country. What are they called?
What did people use as a diaphragm in the old days?
How long does a diaphragm need to remain in place after intercourse?
How many condoms are sold each year worldwide?
What were the first condoms made out of?
What are condoms for people with latex allergies typically made of?
Which form of prevention also prevents sexually transmitted infections?
What does it mean to be sterile?
How is a woman normally sterilised?
How are men normally sterilised?
What can the STI syphilis lead to in the worst case scenario?
Which STI used to be called the 'French disease'?
This explorer brought not only tobacco and coffee, but also syphilis back from his travels. Who is he?
Which of the following diseases is sexually transmitted?
What is Condylomata acuminat?
Which sexually transmitted disease's symptoms include small bumps that can look like stalks?
The sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea has symptoms akin to those of another sexually transmitted disease. Which one?
What is a key symptom of thrush?
Is the STI chlamydia dangerous?
Which STI has these symptoms: a painful or burning sensation when urinating, an unusual discharge or bleeding from the penis or vagina, and can lead to sterility?
How do you cure chlamydia?
Can you have chlamydia without knowing it?
For how long should you use a condom whilst being treated for chlamydia?
How large a percentage of the men infected with chlamydia do not realise they carry the infection?
Besides vaginal intercourse, how else can you get infected with the HIV virus?
If you have an 'accident' you can use emergency contraception. By when do you need to have taken the 'morning-after-pill' for it to have an effect?
Behind the tip of the penis sits a fold, where smegma collects. What does this consist of?
At what age does penis stop growing?
What happens if frenulum (the elastic band of tissue under the glans penis) tears?
Can exercise or tampons make a girl's hymen burst?
How far into a girl's vagina does the hymen sit?
How much do the testicles of a blue whale weigh?
The older male gorillas are enormous and can weigh up to 200 kg. They live in flocks with 5 to 30 females. What are they called?
When in a woman's menstrual cycle are the odds of pregnancy the highest?
What is the pH of a vagina?
What is a woman's g-spot?
What is vaginismus?
Who directed the movie "The Last Tango in Paris" from 1972 starring Marlon Brando?
How many Oscars did Bernardo Bertolucci's 1987 film "The Last Emperor" win?
Who was the lead actress in Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Dreamers" from 2003?
In what year did Charlie Chaplin die?
Charlie Chaplin had a number of alter egos and personas he used repeatedly in his films. Which of Charlie Chaplin's personas features in "City Lights" from 1931?
What was Charlie Chaplin's nationality?
In which year were the Oscars first awarded?
How many people sit on the panel that awards the Academy Award, the Oscar?
Which actor or actress has won the most Oscars?
Who directed the movie "A History of Violence" starring Viggo Mortensen?
What was the name of David Cronenbergs mafia-themed movie from 2007?
Who plays Sigmund Freud in David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method" from 2011?
Who directed the 2011 movie "Drive", starring Ryan Gosling?
Who plays the main character in Nicolas Winding Refn's movie "Bronson"?
With which movie did Nicolas Vinding Refn debut internationally?
Who directed the first Toy Story movie from 1995?
Who performed the voice of Buzz Lightyear in the Toy Story franchise?
What is the best-selling animated movie of all time?
With which movie did Jim Carrey break through as an actor?
Who directed the comedy movie "Dumb & Dumber", starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels"?
Which movie did Jim Carrey win his first Golden Globe for?
Which comedy movie was Will Ferrell's breakthrough as an actor?
How many movies by Adam McCay has Will Ferrell starred in?
Who directed "Melinda & Melinda", which features Will Ferrell in a dramatic part?
Who directed the most recent film adaptation of the novel "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"
Who wrote the original novel behind "Alice in Wonderland"?
Which number in the series of Disney classics is the animated "Alice in Wonderland" from 1951?
In 2011 a total of three movies made more than one billion dollars. Two of those were "Harry Potter 7, part 2" and "Pirates of the Caribbean 4" - which was the last?
Who has directed all three "Transformers" movies?
Who plays the character Simmons in the "Transformers" series?
Who directed the movie "Chocolat" from 2000 starring Johnny Depp?
Who was the lead actress in Lasse Halmström international breakthrough movie "What's Eating Gilbert Grape" from 1993?
For which movie was Lasse Hallström first nominated for an Oscar?
Who wrote the original novel "The Phantom of the Opera", which has been adapted for the screen innumerable times?
Who was the lead actor in the 1925 film adaptation of "The Phantom of the Opera"?
Who directed the 2004 film adaptation of "The Phantom of the Opera"?
Which film was Ben Stiller's directorial debut?
Which film starring Jim Carry has Ben Stiller directed?
What was the name of Ben Stiller's character in the film "Tropic Thunder", which he directed himself?
Who played the title character in the 1966 film adaptation of "Batman"?
Who directed "Batman Forever" and "Batman & Robin" starring, respectively, Val Kilmer and George as Batman/Bruce Wayne?
Who played the lead female part in "The Dark Knight" from 2008?
For which movie did Tom Hanks win his first Oscar?
Which was Tom Hank's directorial debut?
Who directed the movie "Apollo 13" that starred Tom Hanks as the astronaut Jim Lovell?
In addition to "The Godfather 2", Francis Ford Coppola also directed the movie "The Conversation" in 1974. What was that movie about?
In 1997, Francis Ford Coppola released a film adaptation of one of John Grisham's novels. Which one?
In 1992, Francis Ford Coppola directed a film adaptation of "Dracula". Who starred as the title character?
What was Sofia Coppola's debut film?
Who played Scarlett Johansson's boyfriend in the movie "Lost in Translation" (2003) by Sofia Coppola?
Where does the 2010 movie "Somewhere", directed by Sofia Coppola, take place?
Paul Haggis wrote the script for the movie "Flags of Our Father", but who directed it?
Who played the lead character in the Paul Haggis movie "In The Valley of Elah" from 2007?
Who wrote the script of Clint Eastwood's movie from 2004, "Million Dollar Baby"?
In 2011, Steve Carell featured in a movie alongside Ryan Gosling. Which one?
Steve Carell once played the character of a suicidal uncle. Which movie was that?
Which actress played opposite Steve Carell in the comedy movie "Date Night"?
Which German director released a remake of F.W. Murnau's classic 1922 film, "Nosferatu", in 1979?
What is the name of Werner Herzog's film from 1982, which focuses on a man's desire to build an opera house in the middle of a jungle?
Who directed the movie "Aguirre, the Wrath of God" from 1972?
Who directed "Alien" from 1979?
Who starred in Ridley Scott's war movie "Black Hawk Down" from 2001?
In which city does most of the plot of Ridley Scott's "Kingdom of Heaven" take place?
Daniel Day-Lewis broke through as an actor with the movie "A Room with a View". Who played the lead female role?
Who played the main character in "The Last of the Mohicans"?
What was the name of Daniel Day-Lewis' character in the movie "Gangs of New York" from 2002?
Which Todd Solonz film has Philip Seymour Hoffman featured in?
What is the name of the director of the "Mission: Impossible" movie in which Philip Seymour Hoffman plays a villain?
Who did Philip Seymour Hoffman play opposite in "Punch Drunk Love"?
Who directed "The Last of the Mohicans"?
Who played the taxi driver in Michael Mann's "Collateral"?
What was the name of Michael Mann's debut film?
For which movie did Hillary Swank win her first Oscar?
What is the name of Hilary Swank's role in "Boys Don't Cry"?
Who played the leading male role in "P.S. I love You" (2007) that starred Hilary Swank as leading actress?
Who did Colin Farrell play opposite in the Woody Allen movie "Cassandra's Dream" from 2008?
Who directed the movie "Phone Booth" from 2002, starring Colin Farrell?
Who directed "The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus" (2009), noted for its high-profile cast that included Johnny Depp, Heath Ledger and Colin Farrell?
Which actress did Jim Sturgess play opposite in "Across The Universe"?
Who played the male lead in Lone Scherfig's "One Day" from 2011?
Who directed "21" from 2008, featuring Jim Sturgess and Kevin Spacey?
Who played the character "Kaiser Söze" in "The Usual Suspects" from 1995?
Who played the lead female role in "The Life of David Gale" starring Kevin Spacy as the title character?
Who directed the movie "American Beauty" (1999), which featured Kevin Spacey, Annette Bening and Chris Cooper among others?
For which movie did Russell Crowe win his first Oscar?
Who directed Russell Crowe in the Academy Award-winning drama "A Beautiful Mind" from 2011?
Who directed the Oscar-nominated drama "The Insider" from 1999 starring Russell Crowe?
What was Sean Connery's last movie before his retirement?
Who wrote the novel which the film "The Name of the Rose" starring Sean Connery is based on?
What was the first James Bond-movie starring Sean Connery?
Who wrote the screenplay of Michel Gondry's "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"?
Who plays the main character of Michel Gondry's "The Green Hornet" from 2011?
Who directed "The Science of Sleep" with Gael Garcia Bernal and Charlotte Gainsbourg?
Who directed the movie "JFK" from 1991?
Who wrote the original novel that Oliver Stone's "Born on the Fourth of July" was based on?
Who co-starred with Nicolas Cage in the Oliver Stone movie "World Trade Center"?
In which city does the movie "Trainspotting" from 1996 with Ewan McGregor take place?
With which actor did Ewan McGregor feature in the documentary series "Long Way Round", which was broadcast on the BBC?
Which country does the film director Ang Lee hail from?
Who directed the movie "Sense and Sensibility"?
Which movie opened the door to Hollywood for Ang Lee and lead to his later Hollywood debut?
Who directed "Dead Poets Society"?
Which country is film director Peter Weir from?
Who did Russell Crowe play opposite in Peter Weir's "Master and Commander" from 2003?
Who directed "Black Swan"?
Who played opposite Jennifer Connolly in Darren Aronofsky's "Requiem for a Dream"?
What was Darren Aronofsky's first feature film?
Who directed the mockumentary "I'm Still Here" about Joaquin Phoenix?
In which movie did Joaquin Phoenix play opposite Gwyneth Paltrow?
He is known as "El Hombre de las Dificultades" and "El Libertador" and was instrumental in freeing Latin America from Spanish colonisation. Who is he?
Anatolia or Asia minor was populated in the Middle Ages by Turkish tribes arriving as nomades. Where did they come from?
When was the last person in France killed by being decapitated by a guillotine?
Who is - perhaps unjustly - known for the words "L'Etat, c'est moi!"?
Who is the longest-ruling Head of State in the history of Europe?
According to a persistent rumour, George Washington had teeth made out of wood. An examination has shown that his false teeth were made out of a different material altogether. Which one?
The Red Baron is a flying ace, credited with more air combat victories than any other pilots. How many?
It is the most known airplane from World War I, and was also flown by the Red Baron. Was is the model called?
Jagdgeschwader 1 (JG 1) was a German squadron of fighter jets during World War 1. Under which other name was it known?
Who was known as the leader of Jagdgeschwader 1 (JG 1), a German unit of fighter jets operating during World War I?
Bank of England is located in Threadneedle Street in City of London. What is its nick-name?
The Bank of England was founded in 1694 which makes it the world's...?
In 1799, one of Napoleon's soldiers found a stone making it possible to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphs. What is the famous stone called?
Who takes Wendy and her two brothers along to Never Land?
Peter Pan's helper is called Tinker Bell. What does she often get?
He is constantly getting involved in new mysteries alongside a dog and a captain. Who is he?
What is the name of Tintin's dog?
He is the captain of the Karaboudjan. What is his name?
What is Captain Haddock's favourite drink?
He is faster than his own shadow. What is his name?
What is the name of the stupid prison dog who chases the Dalton brothers?
What is the name of the title character of Disney's "The Little Mermaid" from 1989?
What does Ariel give to the sea witch Ursula in exchange for her humanity?
The little mermaid's (Ariel's) father is called King Triton. What doesn't he like?
What is the name of the main character in the Disney fairytale "Beauty and the Beast"?
What are Donald Duck's three nephews called?
What's the name of the world's richest duck who lives in Duckburg?
Scrooge McDuck has a lucky coin, which was the first coin he ever earned. Which coin is it?
Scrooge McDuck imigrated to America from which European country?
What is the name of the mean sorceress that Carl Barks introduced in 1952?
Who encountered the two droids R2D2 and C-3PO at the age of 19?
Princess Leia is Luke Skywalker's ...?
Who is Chewbacca's partner on the spaceship The Millennium Falcon?
George Lucas had intended Han Solo to be the direct opposite of which character?
What is the name of the 96 cm. tall blue and white droid that appears in all six of the original Star Wars movies?
In Star Wars, the droid R2-D2 originally hailed from a peaceful and beautiful planet. Which one?