The Ultimate Stuff Mom Never Told You Fan Quiz

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The Ultimate Stuff Mom Never Told You Fan quiz is here! Think you're the biggest fan? Take this quiz and find out just how big of a fan you really are!

This professor is known as "the Godmother of Title IX."

From the episode "How has Title IX evolved?"

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In addition to feeling tired, people who don't get enough sleep may also:

From the episode "Does a lack of sleep make you fat?"

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The hosts of Stuff Mom Never Told You are:

Cristen and Molly are the hosts of Stuff Mom Never Told You.

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The average cost of a wedding is ______ dollars.

From the episode "Is marriage a good investment?"

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Which host of Stuff Mom Never Told You was homeschooled?

From the episode "Are single-sex classrooms more effective?"

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The Girls Scouts organization was created by _______.

From the episode

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Which of the hosts was a sorority member in college?

From the episode "How the Girl Scouts Work"

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The Adelphian society -- the first secret society for women -- started in _____.

From the episode "Do sororities get a bad rap?"

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How many women, on average, change their names after getting married?

From the episode "Why do women keep their maiden names?"

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About ___ violent crime offenders in the United States are women.

From the episode "Is there a gender gap in crime?"

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The psychologist named _____ believed that middle children have the easiest childhoods.

From the episode "Does birth order determine your personality?"

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When the Olympics were revived in 1896, women were not allowed to participate.

From the episode "A Brief History of Women and the Olympics."

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