Following on from @RandomStudent's take, people who commented wanted some other common questions answered so here they are!
Q - "Do white guys date black girls?"
A - Yes they do, just like black guys like white girls and every other variant there is. Anyone can date anyone and anyone can find anyone attractive, skin colour doesn't come into it. Just because it's unheard of where you're from for this to happen, it doesn't mean guys aren't interested in a particular ethnicity or it doesn't happen at all. I can assure you, it does.
Q- "Does he/she like me?"
A - Usually, they do like you. You're asking because they've done/said something which gives you the impression that they do, so you should follow your gut instinct. Obviously, if they're never replying to your messages, then they're probably not too fussed on you. You should be careful not to fall hard for someone because any kind act they do for you, could be mistaken for interest/flirting, making yourself believe what you want.
You're the only one who can give the best answer compared to a group of random strangers. If it's bugging you that much, ask them!
Q - "Do guys like boobs or asses more?"
A - This is down to preference and everyone's different. I always find there to be an equal amount of men for each and many of them say they like everything about a woman's body, maybe because they all come with breasts and a bum so no matter what they prefer, they still get both. There's not much else to think into about this.
Q - "I wear ...-size cups. Are they too small?"
A - The media and society make you feel they're too small, when there are loads of beautiful small breasted women. There are many big breasted women who wish they had small ones too. There are guys who love/prefer small breasts over large ones. If you've not long gone through puberty, give it time, breasts change quite a bit but this should never concern any female. Embrace your breasts, whatever size and instead of trying to change yourself, find someone who loves you for who you are (they do exist!).
Q - "I had unprotected sex. Am I/is she pregnant?"
A - This is what sex education and pregnancy tests are for. If you're willing to have unprotected sex, then you should have a pregnancy test and a plan ready. If you're not up for this risk, always use contraception or don't have sex at all. You ladies may think it won't happen to you but you still have a uterus and eggs like any other woman - you're not immune to pregnancy.
If you "pulled out" in time, there's still a small chance (about 1%) of pregnancy through pre-ejaculate. If semen manages to find itself on the outside of her lady parts, she won't get pregnant unless the semen is pushed inside. However, if you have sex and you ejaculate with no contraception, there's a very high chance that she's pregnant but we're not going to give you the answer, a pregnancy test will. It would be unwise to ask such a question, everyone says you're not pregnant which you believe and accept, only to find you are pregnant months later.
Pregnancy tests should be taken a morning or two after sex, not immediately after sex because women don't conceive instantly; it would be too soon to show up.
Q - "I'm a 12-year-old virgin. Am I weird or a loser?"
A - No. We've all been/are a virgin, does that make everyone weird or a loser? People expect 12 year olds to be virgins. If your under-age friends brag about not being virgins, they're probably lying to fit in so don't take any notice. If you know they're not lying, they may regret their decision in the future because they evidently rushed into it. You should think about all of this when you're of legal age and only lose your v-card when you're ready, not when your friends are. If you get picked on for your virginity, you'll realise when you're older, what a stupid reason that is to pick on someone.