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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is the relationship between the two authors?
(a) They are siblings.
(b) They are in a lesbian relationship with each other.
(c) They are in a heterosexual relationship with each other.
(d) They are mother and daughter.

2. What emotions do the authors suggest can also be involved in jealousy?
(a) Hunger and exhaustion.
(b) Hatred and fear.
(c) Guilt and pain.
(d) Grief and loss.

3. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the book as a legal issue where it matters whether partners need to include another specific individual or group of people?
(a) Ownership of property.
(b) Custody of offspring.
(c) Retirement savings.
(d) Bankruptcy of estate.

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

5. What do the authors dispute as being the only aspect of a 'real' relationship?
(a) Decades of integrity.
(b) Decades of levity.
(c) Decades of fidelity.
(d) Decades of sincerity.

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

7. What is NOT something the book suggests that fantasies enable people to do?
(a) Integrate mature feelings with their inner child.
(b) Act out what they don't like.
(c) Act out what they most are.
(d) Act out what they are not.

8. How do the authors feel about a woman being judged by her activities?
(a) They feel it is wrong.
(b) They feel it is uncommon.
(c) They feel it is right.
(d) They feel it is laughable.

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

10. 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.

11. In the book's discussion of "Denial versus Fulfillment", what concept is explored in terms of denial?
(a) Denial of satisfaction.
(b) Denial of pleasures.
(c) Denial of gratification.
(d) Denial of identity.

12. 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 leave and get a restraining order.
(d) They make it work so no one gets left out.

13. What is the focus of the book's discussion of sex?
(a) Sex for profits.
(b) Sex for reproduction.
(c) Sex for power.
(d) Sex for pleasure.

14. In the book's examples, how is a person likely to feel when a lover goes out on a date with someone else?
(a) If that person's needs are being met, it might cause jealousy.
(b) If that person's needs are not being met, they may feel okay.
(c) If that person's needs are being met, it might aggravate the wound.
(d) If that person's needs are being met, they may feel okay.

15. 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) Limit-setting.
(b) Fire-walking.
(c) Goal-setting.
(d) Heat-treating.

Short Answer Questions

1. What do the authors also encourage people to acknowledge in their relationships?

2. What do the authors claim is the motivation for their behavior?

3. In the book's discussion of "Denial versus Fulfillment", what concept is explored in terms of fulfillment?

4. What is NOT a way that "Baby Yourself" suggests being kind to yourself?

5. In what section do the authors discuss various ways that two people may unexpectedly become a couple?

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