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Question 1: William Shakespeare used the term once in The Winter's Tale, believed to be from 1610 or 1611, but not printed until the ________ of 1623.
False FolioFirst FolioBad quartoHenry VI, Part 2

Question 2: Some users prefer them because of their hardness, firmness, durability, electrical conductance (see ________), and low friction, especially when used in conjunction with lubricant.
BDSMErotic electrostimulationErotic spankingTit torture

Question 3: In most of the cases, glass toys are solid, and made of ________ or other types borosilicate glass (Schott-Duranglas and Simax), although this may vary, depending on the manufacturer.
Borosilicate glassPyrexCorningWareMACOR

Question 4: Because of its polished nonporous surface, it may be sterilized in boiling water, or in an ________.
Agar plateAutoclaveLaboratory glasswareThermometer

Question 5: Manufacturers recommend using ________ with these toys if users share them.
MasturbationBirth controlSexual abstinenceCondom

Question 6: Conventionally, many dildos are shaped like a human ________ with varying degrees of detail, others are made to resemble the phallus of male animals.
PenisBreastRectumReproductive system

Question 7: Haberlandt,[10] for example, illustrates single and double-ended wooden dildos from late 19th century ________.
ZanzibarSaint HelenaNewfoundland (island)British Empire

Question 8: [1] Others exclude penis ________ aids, which are known "extensions".
Kevin WarwickProsthesisBiomechatronicsNeuroprosthetics

Question 9: Artifacts from the ________ which have previously been described as batons were most likely used for sexual purposes.
8th millennium BCUpper PaleolithicStone Age10th millennium BC

Question 10: These devices often used by people of all genders and ________, for masturbation or for other sexual activity.
BisexualitySexual orientationHomosexualityLesbian
















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