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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. As mentioned in the book, people practicing alternative methods of having families can still protect loved ones through alternative legal methods to what is normally handled by what type of law?
(a) Marriage law.
(b) Finance law.
(c) Martial law.
(d) Common law.

2. Why did the author feel relieved about their visit to the special club?
(a) The men were not very sexually passive.
(b) The men were not very sexually aggressive.
(c) The women were not very sexually aggressive.
(d) The women were not very sexually passive.

3. In "A Slut's Eye-View", the authors look at the ways promiscuous people are what?
(a) Assuaged.
(b) Assaulted.
(c) Oppressed.
(d) Obsessed.

4. What do the authors also encourage people to acknowledge in their relationships?
(a) Hubris.
(b) Anxieties.
(c) Resentment.
(d) Necessities.

5. What emotion do the authors address in conjunction with analysis of Freud?
(a) Love.
(b) Hate.
(c) Fear.
(d) Shame.

6. To whom is Dossie committed?
(a) Catherine.
(b) No one.
(c) A man.
(d) Both a man and Catherine.

7. According to the authors, which of the following is one of the most important attributes for "healthy sluts"?
(a) Self-control.
(b) Self-knowledge.
(c) Self-assertion.
(d) Self-reliance.

8. What do the authors claim is the motivation for their behavior?
(a) Profits and interest.
(b) Curiosity and ignorance.
(c) Jealousy and lust.
(d) Curiosity and interest.

9. How do the authors think Freud might have viewed sexual promiscuity?
(a) As indicative of atheism.
(b) As a legitimate attitude.
(c) As indicative of a problem.
(d) As a legitimate state-of-being.

10. Which of the following is NOT what Chapter 8 in "Within Ourselves" discusses regarding reassurance and support?
(a) How to ask for it.
(b) How to receive it.
(c) How to give it.
(d) How to replace it.

11. What is a negative consequence of subtle outercourse, according to the book?
(a) Misinterpretation.
(b) Pregnancy.
(c) Dissatisfaction.
(d) Infertility.

12. The authors convey that the book is written to counteract the trend of individuals being forced out of what kind of sexual and romantic lives?
(a) Homosexual lives.
(b) Rewarding lives.
(c) Degrading lives.
(d) Solitary lives.

13. What topic does the chapter on "Ancestors and Antecedents" conclude with?
(a) Scissoring.
(b) Slumming.
(c) Sleeping.
(d) Swinging.

14. According to the authors, what concept is of the greatest importance?
(a) Mutual funds.
(b) Mutual love.
(c) Mutual consent.
(d) Mutual hatred.

15. According to its title, the third chapter of "Within Ourselves" discusses what kind of "Paradigms"?
(a) Social and Sexual.
(b) Old and New.
(c) Young and Old.
(d) Homosexual and Heterosexual.

Short Answer Questions

1. 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?

2. In "Judging Ourselves", what must be counteracted if internalized by an individual?

3. According to the authors, a relationship that is not a lifelong partnership is not necessarily what?

4. According to the book, many people are attacked purely because they are what?

5. The authors developed and sustained meaningful long-term networks of people while practicing what?

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