Honestly, I've had to do it more times than I'd like. Yay for the topic of sexual health! I've been asked, oddly specifically, if I use condoms (not 'protection' but 'condoms'), followed by being asked if I use any form of birth control...and then got a look of barely-concealed disbelief at my double 'no'. In the name of making sure she didn't think me hideously irresponsible and playing a game of pregnancy roulette, I kind of felt like I ought to clarify the situation, you know? (Most commonly, I've had doctors refer specifically to my 'boyfriend' after I confirmed that I had a 'partner'. Personally I'm baffled. I look like a lesbian stereotype. You can see my gay from space. I just don't want to have to bring it up at the doctor's if I don't need to!) Who else has been in this situation? Come forth and share your awkward outing-yourself-to-the-doctor stories and gripe with me about how neutral language would save us all from the awkwardness.