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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Nancy Friday hope would end her own guilt?
(a) Researching sexuality.
(b) Reaching out to men about fantasies.
(c) Writing the book.
(d) Reading other women's fantasies.
2. When the man wrote in to Nancy Friday about his wife's fantasies, what effect did they have on the marriage?
(a) They tore them apart.
(b) They helped them bond emotionally.
(c) They encouraged them to seek out other partners.
(d) They improved their sex life.
3. According to the author, what do many women enjoy during sex?
(a) Thinking of a topic other than sex.
(b) Having television on.
(c) Looking at magazines.
4. What might stop a woman from acting out fantasies in reality, according to the author?
(a) Women's attitudes.
(b) Men's attitudes.
(d) Their mothers.
5. When do many women begin fantasizing?
(a) When they are already sexually active.
(b) When they are teenagers.
(c) When they are babies.
(d) When they are young children.
Short Answer Questions
1. What causes fantasies to grow?
2. Which fantasies are often the most exciting ones?
3. What awakened Sonia to sexual feelings?
4. Which of the following is a theme in Friday's book?
5. What did women fear about writing to Nancy Friday?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is Nancy Friday effective in explaining how women get their fantasy ideas from? Why or why not?
2. What does the author compare crotch watching to?
3. How does the author dispel expert opinion in Chapter 4?
4. When women do not have guilt about their fantasies, what do they often do?
5. Which fantasies stay the most exciting, according to the author?
6. Why are men threatened by the idea of a woman's fantasy?
7. When a man cannot control the fact that a woman fantasizes, what happens, according to the author?
8. What does the author suggest that women should do with their fantasies?
9. Describe the positive letter Nancy Friday received from a man in Chapter 6.
10. Describe the letter a man wrote to Nancy Friday about his wife.
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