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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When do fantasies become unhealthy?
(a) When women speak about them.
(b) When women act them out.
(c) When women show an interest in more sexuality.
(d) When it becomes impossible to determine what is real and what is fake.
2. To women who accept their fantasies, what do these fantasies become for these women?
3. What awakened Sonia to sexual feelings?
(a) Spending time with male family members.
(b) Being molested as a child.
(c) Vibrations in the car.
(d) Vibrations from a children's toy.
4. What do experts believe does not arouse women?
(a) Hearing sexual audio.
(b) Female genitalia.
(c) Male genitalia.
(d) Reading erotic material.
5. What causes fantasies to grow?
6. When the man wrote in to Nancy Friday about his wife's fantasies, what effect did they have on the marriage?
(a) They improved their sex life.
(b) They helped them bond emotionally.
(c) They tore them apart.
(d) They encouraged them to seek out other partners.
7. What are women often told that they are, according to the author?
(a) Angry and jealous.
(b) The weaker sex.
(c) Quiet lovers.
(d) Physically active in bed.
8. In Chapter 5, what is one of the reasons Nancy Friday gives for writing the book?
9. What does Nancy Friday say is the reason why women don't admit fantasies?
(a) They don't trust Nancy Friday not to tell others about them.
(b) They feel guilty.
(c) They are scared that their mothers will find out.
(d) They are scared that their lovers will leave them.
10. When a man finds out that a woman fantasizes, what is the first thing he might do?
(a) Become jealous.
(b) Deny it.
(c) Become obsessed with the idea.
(d) Fear that his relationship is ending.
11. What is the name of the woman who doesn't think there's a difference between men looking at women sexually on the streets and women doing it to men?
12. For women who act out their fantasies, what do they possess?
(d) Good lovers.
13. What is the focus of Chapter 6?
(a) The anger men feel toward women.
(b) The benefits of fantasizing.
(c) Acceptance of sexual fantasies.
(d) Denial of fantasies.
14. How do fantasies become more elaborate?
(a) Women enjoy sex more.
(b) Women meet more men.
(c) Women learn more about sex.
(d) Women have more sex.
15. How does the author show that she is like her readers?
(a) She identifies with the men.
(b) She shares her own fantasies.
(c) She leaves out details that might make the reader uncomfortable.
(d) She says that experts are wrong.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Nancy Friday think women should react to their fantasies?
2. Of the women that wrote to Nancy Friday, what did many beg her for?
3. What are the names of the women who enjoy sexual conversation?
4. What did Nancy Friday hope would end her own guilt?
5. What was Jacqueline encouraged to do upon revealing her fantasy?
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