The Ethical Slut: A Guide to Infinite Sexual Possibilities Test | Final Test - Easy

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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to the authors, why is it helpful to know and be truthful up front about what one wants?
(a) To minimize emotional consequences.
(b) To maximize sexual monogamy.
(c) To minimize sexual activity.
(d) To maximize hurtful behavior.

2. Which of the following is NOT a use for barriers mentioned in the book?
(a) Penetrative foreplay.
(b) To prevent the spread of disease.
(c) Birth control.
(d) To increase a couple's fertility.

3. As defined by the book, which of the following is a special production of sex that is okay for others to watch?
(a) Topography.
(b) Pornography.
(c) Serial monogamy.
(d) Serial polyamory.

4. According to the book, babies and children are often aware of whose sexual activity?
(a) Their parents.
(b) Lesbians.
(c) Their neighbors.
(d) Their own.

5. The authors respect the monogamous path, but argue that it isn't a real choice. Why?
(a) It is forced by society.
(b) It is not forced by individuals.
(c) Promiscuity is more valid.
(d) Celibacy is more valid.

6. According to the authors, a natural feature of sex parties enables many people their first opportunity to do what?
(a) Watch tantric sex.
(b) Watch soft porn.
(c) Watch lesbians.
(d) Watch live sex.

7. The authors focus on child-rearing with an emphasis on what?
(a) Consent.
(b) Custody.
(c) Safety.
(d) Dissent.

8. According to the authors, which of the following is NOT effectively prevented by monogamy?
(a) Marital drama.
(b) Risky pregnancy.
(c) Contagion.
(d) Illness.

9. Which of the following is NOT a purpose of support listed in the resources?
(a) To help solve problems.
(b) To help the bisexual community.
(c) To help subgroups get connected.
(d) To help the asexual community.

10. The authors believe that acknowledging someone's budding sexuality or flirtatiousness while still protecting them against unwarranted or inappropriate sexual behavior is considered to be what?
(a) Impossible.
(b) Reproachable.
(c) Valuable.
(d) Monogamous.

11. Most sex on television doesn't actually take place. How is it represented?
(a) It is represented through stage tricks.
(b) It is represented through numbers.
(c) It is represented through radio tricks.
(d) It is represented through letters.

12. The authors state that it is NOT acceptable for children to be involved with what?
(a) Monogamous family units.
(b) Alternative family units.
(c) Proper sex education.
(d) Adult sexual behavior.

13. Which of the following is NOT a situation the authors have found in reality?
(a) Women encourage men's advances.
(b) Women have taken the lead.
(c) Women have not been pursuers.
(d) Women lure out shy men.

14. Which people does the book declare as needing to be active about protecting the sexual health of themselves and their partners?
(a) All heterosexuals.
(b) All "sluts".
(c) All homosexuals.
(d) All sexual orientations.

15. What does the book suggest a person might do until all partners have been tested for disease?
(a) Stave off sexual discussion.
(b) Stave off sexual intercourse.
(c) Stave off all communication.
(d) Stave off all masturbation.

Short Answer Questions

1. In the book, the sexual activities which people should limit and select carefully, and that will most likely cause harm, are called what?

2. According to one of the authors, public acts of sex (or sex in public locations) are an aspect of human sexuality of which there is some legitimate:

3. Which of the following is NOT a type of content the authors use in the chapters on "Having Fun"?

4. The chapter about lesbian orgies consists primarily of what?

5. The authors describe guests at parties where other couples may be engaging in public sex activities as often acting akin to what?

(see the answer keys)

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