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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. How does the author believe that women should embrace fantasies?
(a) By participating in them.
(b) By sharing them with friends.
(c) By writing about them.
(d) However they choose.
2. What do many men feel the need to be in the bedroom, according to the author's research?
3. What awakened Sonia to sexual feelings?
(a) Being molested as a child.
(b) Vibrations in the car.
(c) Vibrations from a children's toy.
(d) Spending time with male family members.
4. To women who accept their fantasies, what do these fantasies become for these women?
5. How do fantasies become more elaborate?
(a) Women have more sex.
(b) Women enjoy sex more.
(c) Women meet more men.
(d) Women learn more about sex.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the woman who imagines having sex with another woman or with many men?
2. According to the author, what do many women enjoy during sex?
3. A man wrote to the author about his wife's fantasies in chapter 6. How long had he been married?
4. What did the man who wrote to the author sign his name as?
5. Who did Jacqueline accidentally tell her fantasy to?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the role of mundane items, people, and events in fantasies.
2. How does Nancy Friday compare men to women?
3. What does the author suggest that women should do with their fantasies?
4. Why do women feel guilty about having fantasies?
5. Why do many women avoid acting out their fantasies in reality?
6. What effects might sharing or acting out fantasies have on a relationship?
7. How do experts compare visual arousal by men and women and how does Nancy Friday refute this?
8. When women do not have guilt about their fantasies, what do they often do?
9. Describe the positive letter Nancy Friday received from a man in Chapter 6.
10. How does the author dispel expert opinion in Chapter 4?
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