Compare your sex "number" to the rest of your peers.
If a date asked what your number is, you probably would have a mini panic attack. We're never too comfortable with the number of sex partners we've racked up.
If it's high, and if you're a woman, you're scared people will unfairly label you as a slut. But if it's low, then it might freak some guys out because they think you'll get attached too quickly.
So, how can you get more of a straight answer of where you fall on the spectrum?
Slate created a calculator to give you the cold, hard truth. The calculator uses data from 2006 and 2014 from the General Social Survey and used the patterns of men and women's sex lives to tell you whether you are have more, fewer, or the same amount of partners as your peers.
The calculator asks you for your gender, age, and number of people you've had sex with. The end result tells you how you measure percentage-wise to your peers.
You have to admit, this is a lot nice than people's reactions out there.