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. Which of the following is one of the perils of sex for women mentioned in the book?
(a) Boredom.
(b) Fear.
(c) Disease.
(d) Pain.

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

3. In the reality and possibility of experiencing abundance proposed by the authors, all of the following are absent, EXCEPT?
(a) Competition.
(b) Starvation.
(c) Severity.
(d) Resources.

4. When there is no regulation against watching, the authors state that spectating is considered to be what?
(a) Inappropriate.
(b) Acceptable.
(c) Voyeurism.
(d) Anachronism.

5. In the America that the authors are familiar with, public sex is NOT considered to be what?
(a) Strange.
(b) Unpoplar.
(c) Normal.
(d) Uncommon.

6. The chapter about lesbian orgies consists primarily of what?
(a) Criticism.
(b) Statistics.
(c) Theory.
(d) Anecdotes.

7. According to the book, the main perils of sex for women are made worse when a woman is what?
(a) In a heterosexual relationship.
(b) In a monogamous marriage.
(c) In an unhappy marriage.
(d) In a lesbian relationship.

8. Which of the following is NOT one of the intentions of the book?
(a) To educate the public about open relationships.
(b) To provide support for different lifestyles.
(c) To educate the public about the lesbian lifestyle.
(d) To devalue the monogamous lifestyle.

9. Which of the following is NOT a component of group sex mentioned in the book?
(a) Dyads.
(b) Triads.
(c) Asexuals.
(d) Trisexuals.

10. In the wrong environment, even people who really like wild sex stories might feel all of the following ways, EXCEPT for which one?
(a) Offended.
(b) Caught off-guard.
(c) Uninterested in reading at another time.
(d) Embarrassed.

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

12. According to the authors, how does public sex in many other countries compare to the USA?
(a) It is more socially perverse.
(b) It is less socially normal.
(c) It is more socially normal.
(d) It is less socially existent.

13. The authors share insider information about the San Francisco sex scene, especially targeted for whom?
(a) Men.
(b) Couples.
(c) Lesbians.
(d) Sluts.

14. The authors' "favorite sexual fantasy" is what?
(a) Partner Abundance.
(b) Sexual Abundance.
(c) Physical Abundance.
(d) Orgasmic Abundance.

15. Which of the following is NOT a question the authors suggest for ways a couple can approach an exploratory visit to a sex club or an orgy?
(a) What if they don't agree with one another?
(b) What if they don't need another partner?
(c) Will they seek out another partner together?
(d) Will they seek out another partner separately?

Short Answer Questions

1. For many people, orgy stories are a matter of trepidation and something they would like to keep within what?

2. According to the book, when does deceit cause trouble for an individual?

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

4. The authors describe the matter of private sexual activity in rather public atmospheres in the context of what?

5. The authors state that people who are committed to each other as life partners may renegotiate their sexual expression to one another through periods of what?

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