Every once in awhile, we take a moment to self-reflect and ask ourselves: "Am I normal?" We usually evaluate whether the way we think and act is the same, or similar to the majority of other people, which is our own interpretation of what's normal. Although the definition of normal is subjective, there is a "norm" when it comes to statistics ranging from getting married to penis size.

In AsapSCIENCE's latest video, "Are You Normal?" host Mitchell Moffit explains we're all unique individuals, emphasizing we're not always as normal as we'd like to believe. For example, if we're right-handed, then yes, in this regard we're part of the norm, along with 85 percent of the population. Left-handedness is rare; even if both parents of a child are left-handed, there's only a 25 percent chance the child will be too.


Read More: Everything You Need To Know About Being Left-Handed

Meanwhile, there's several differences when it comes to relationships and sexual health. In the U.S., if you're single, you're normal. A total of 50.2 percent of adults are single, which is a big shift from 1970 when only 37.4 percent were unwed. However, worldwide, 80 percent of adults are married.

When it comes to losing your virginity, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found the average age to be 17.2 years for American women, and 16.8 for men. Moreover, a lot more people are having protected sex, with 65.8 percent of men between 15 to 44 using a condom the first time they have sex, compared to 2006, where only 47.7 percent used one. This trend is more common in teens between 15 to 19 years old, with 78.1 percent using condoms their first time.

Men can either rejoice or not, but the average penis size erect is five inches. This measurement seems a lot smaller than what initial studies found, but they mostly relied on self-reporting than actual study measurements. So men, you may be more normal than you originally thought down there.

Click on AsapSCIENCE’s video to learn the ways in which you’re "normal" or not.

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