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Welcome to the Sex Points online Quiz, the points-based system that empowers you to...

Fix Your Sex Life

This points-based system provides practical, every day advice and concrete guidance that gives you a clear path to sexual pleasure.

Whether you're dealing with pain, lack of arousal, trouble with orgasms or embarrassment about your desires and fantasies, the Sex Points Quiz is a safe and clear way to explore the sexual side of pleasure.

Why take the quiz?

1) It will help you identify specific problem areas you may not even realize have been at the root of your sexual challenges.

2) It will help you understand what is really broken in your sex life ('s not you), where you are "missing points" and how to get them back!

3) The sex point system is based on the idea that our challenges don't have just one source - that there are always a variety of different issues involved, which is why it can feel so confusing. Don't worry - there are solutions to each problem!

So, go ahead and start the quiz. Your (sex) life will thank you.

Self-Assessment Quiz:

The following is a simple questionnaire to help you assess the points you have, or need, in the four quadrants: general sexual interest, ability to become aroused, orgasm and pain during sex. Obviously, you can't self-diagnose by filling out one questionnaire, but it should help you hone in on specific problem areas you may not realize are a problem. And when you see where the points are missing most significantly, it can help get you on the road to figuring out where to get more points:

During the last few months how often have you had sexual thoughts, feelings or fantasies either spontaneously or prompted by someone else or by something you read or watched?

During the past when you tried to put something into your vagina, how successful have you been?

I can orgasm:

When my partner goes to bed and I know they are hoping I will be up there soon, I:

Over the past 4 weeks, how would you rate your orgasms on a scale from 1-10, with 1 being non-existent and 10 being explosive?

When I have sex with my partner:

When I have sex (intercourse and/or other physical sexual stimulation with a hand, mouth or vibrator) I have orgasms:

When I start fantasizing about sex:

How would you describe what intercourse feels like?

My favorite way to get myself in the mood is:

Over the past few weeks, how difficult was it to reach orgasm when you had sex (stimulating your clitoris with a hand, mouth or vibrator)?

When I think about having sex with my partner:

When I need to go to the gynecologist, I:

During the last month when your partner approached you for a sexual encounter, how easy or difficult was it to respond positively?

Over the past few months, how often did you experience pain with vaginal intercourse?

Over the past 4 weeks, how difficult was it to reach orgasm when you self-stimulated with a hand or vibrator?

When I hear other women or the media talking about painful sex, I:

During the last month, which would you say best describes your behavior?

How aroused are you on a scale from 1-10 when you have sex, with 1 being “not aroused” and 10 being “extremely aroused”?

Let’s talk about tampons. (If you are post-menopausal or don’t get your period for any reason, just click the 3rd button and skip this question.)

We start kissing or touching each other and I:

Let’s talk about burning and itching around the vulva:

The thought of having sex:

If I decide to masturbate, I:

When other women talk about how wonderful their orgasms are, I:

When someone talks about “getting turned on,” I:

When we finish making love and it was good, I:

All the muscles down in my pelvic floor:

When I have sex with my partner I get turned on:

Having orgasms:

Have your orgasms changed?

During the last month, how often were you in the mood to have any type of sexual encounter with your partner? (It doesn’t have to be intercourse.)