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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What do the authors point out that does NOT automatically eliminate jealousy?
(a) Polyamory.
(b) Communication.
(c) Monogamy.
(d) Mahogany.

2. In the book's terms, since masturbation allows a person to take some action on one's own desires without imposing those desires on another person, it can be described as what kind of activity?
(a) Reverse activity.
(b) Litigating activity.
(c) Perverse activity.
(d) Mitigating activity.

3. In what section does one of the authors reveal the discovery that "jealousy needn't kill"?
(a) Survive the Sting.
(b) Dig the Ditch.
(c) Bite the Bullet.
(d) Skip the Stone.

4. The authors support that people have a choice whether to be civil rights activists for what cause?
(a) Gender equality.
(b) Marital rights.
(c) Financial rights.
(d) Racial equality.

5. The book focuses on a person's transition towards what option?
(a) Sexual freedom.
(b) Serial fidelity.
(c) Celibacy.
(d) Monogamy.

6. For the authors, the dictum "In order to really be able to say 'yes' it must be genuinely possible to say 'no'..." illustrates which concept?
(a) Fire-walking.
(b) Goal-setting.
(c) Heat-treating.
(d) Limit-setting.

7. Which of the following statements does NOT describe the background of the authors' sexual identification?
(a) One of them identified as bisexual for a number of years.
(b) One of them first identified as heterosexual.
(c) One of them identified as lesbian the whole time.
(d) One of them identified as bisexual the whole time.

8. What is the special club mentioned in the book, which helps alleviate the need to conquer perceived isolation?
(a) The Ovid.
(b) The Omni.
(c) The Omen.
(d) The Orca.

9. According to the book, jealousy can inform people about all of the following, EXCEPT for which of these?
(a) What they need to put more work into being able to have.
(b) What they have to do for all future partners.
(c) What they have misplaced.
(d) What they need and want for themselves.

10. The authors developed and sustained meaningful long-term networks of people while practicing what?
(a) Intentional manipulation.
(b) Intentional monogamy.
(c) Intentional sluthood.
(d) Intentional manipulation.

11. Which of the following is NOT one of the four parts of the book?
(a) In Space.
(b) Within Ourselves.
(c) In The World.
(d) Between One Another.

12. In "Owning Your Choices", what do the authors point out that people need to take responsibility for?
(a) Their own education.
(b) Their own finances.
(c) Their own emotions.
(d) Their own consequences.

13. In which chapter do the authors state that "intimacy is based on shared vulnerability"?
(a) Intimacy.
(b) Conflict.
(c) Contact.
(d) Exposure.

14. What happens when the authors include other people in their relationship?
(a) They leave each other out on purpose.
(b) They make each other jealous on purpose.
(c) They make it work so no one gets left out.
(d) They leave and get a restraining order.

15. What do the authors assume people will not suffer from?
(a) Being over-sexed.
(b) Being under-sexed.
(c) Being over-staffed.
(d) Being under-handed.

Short Answer Questions

1. What are boundaries in a relationship NOT likely influenced by, according to the book?

2. How difficult is it for the authors to control their relationships with multiple people?

3. What emotion do the authors address in conjunction with analysis of Freud?

4. According to the authors, in a world that can be opposed to healthy fulfillment, it is important to find one's own what?

5. In the section titled "Government is Not Our Friend", the authors debate against government policies connected with what?

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