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Sexual Health Jeopardy

A game of Jeopardy with sexual-health based questions tailored to students at the University of Minnesota (R).
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Scott Nason

on 1 April 2011

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Transcript of Sexual Health Jeopardy

Sexual Health Jeopardy SHADE
Survey Condom
Companies Happening on Campus Sex in Movies Modes of
Contraception 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 400 500 From a SHADE survey conducted last year,
this was the number one response when subjects
were asked to name an erotic magazine. Playboy 300 300 400 500 400 500 300 400 400 500 500 From a SHADE survey conducted last year,
this is what most students think of to slow
themselves down during sex. Family/Relatives From a SHADE survey
conducted last year, this is
the biggest mood killer
on a date. Bad breath/Poor hygiene DAILY DOUBLE 51.7% of UMN students had
this many sexual partners
within the past 12 months. One These two types of contraception were the
two most popular methods of birth control
for UMN students in the past 12 months. The condom and the pill Of all sexual active female UMN students
who used contraception within the past
12 months, the majority of them
have used it this many times. Once "It feels better without one." From a SHADE survey conducted last year,
this is the number one reason why students
choose not to use a condom during sex. 300 Parents/Relatives From a SHADE survey conducted last year,
this is the main reason why students
choose not to use condoms during sex. From a SHADE survey conducted last year,
this is where most students have sex
in their house or apartment (besides the bedroom). The kitchen This is the most commonly diagnosed STI among UMN students. HPV/Genital Warts Of all sexually active UMN females, this percentage used emergency contraception within the past 12 months. 20% Of all sexually active female UMN students who have used emergency contraception within the past 12 months, the majority have used it this many times. Once Once The name of this condom brand is a combination of the words "Durability, Reliability and Excellence." Durex 70.5% of condoms sold in the United States are from this brand. Trojan This condom brand is the most popular brand worldwide. Durex This condom brand has over 200 different packaging designs. One This condom brand launched the very first lubricated condom. durex In the movie Knocked Up, the main characters Allison and Ben have sex under the influence of this type of drug. Alcohol This 2005 movie was about two men falling in love together in Wyoming. Brokeback Mountain This 1999 movie was about four teenage boys who enter into a pact to lose their virginity by prom night American Pie In the movie Juno, the main character Juno initially decides to do this after learning she is pregnant. Have an abortion This movie was a 2005 independent film featuring Felicity Huffman as a transwoman who takes a road trip with her long-lost son. Transamerica These are three places that you can get free condoms on campus. This is the only contraceptive that can also prevent the spread of STIs, including HIV. The condom This type of contraception is used after sexual intercourse. Emergency Contraception/Plan B This is the most popular method of hormonal contraception among females in the United States. The Pill This type of hormonal contraception is inserted underneath the arm. Contraceptive Injection/Implanon This contraceptive device is reusable and used in conjunction with spermicide. The Diaphragm/Cervical Cap
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