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

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

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

4. 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:
(a) Joy.
(b) Anger.
(c) Confusion.
(d) Anxiety.

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

6. What does the book claim has made millions of people safer from sexually transmitted diseases than ever before?
(a) Celibacy.
(b) Promiscuity.
(c) Education.
(d) Antibiotics.

7. For many people, orgy stories are a matter of trepidation and something they would like to keep within what?
(a) The level of fantasy.
(b) The public domain.
(c) Their private lives.
(d) The realm of fact.

8. 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 need another partner?
(b) Will they seek out another partner separately?
(c) What if they don't agree with one another?
(d) Will they seek out another partner together?

9. The authors assert that lovers should never be shared between what?
(a) Friends.
(b) Races.
(c) Genders.
(d) Generations.

10. Defined by the book, a "triad" can be a threesome that forms without any of the individuals having been what?
(a) A couple.
(b) Adults.
(c) Parents.
(d) Sexually active.

11. What term in the book refers to three or more people sharing sexual activity with each other during the same event, or as part of one unified, shared experience?
(a) Group sex.
(b) Communal sex.
(c) Shared sex.
(d) Public sex.

12. Which of the following does NOT describe the authors' perfect world?
(a) The relationships are as stable as participants want.
(b) None of the participants get to include who they want.
(c) The relationships are as variable as participants want.
(d) None of the participants get let down or left out.

13. The authors' cultural view is limited to what?
(a) 21st century America.
(b) 20th century America.
(c) 19th century England.
(d) 19th century America.

14. The authors describe guests at parties where other couples may be engaging in public sex activities as often acting akin to what?
(a) Sex slaves.
(b) Wild animals.
(c) Underground passengers.
(d) Airline passengers.

15. In the book, what did the lesbian orgy participant do when she first discovered she was continuing to think of one of the other women?
(a) She moved somewhere else.
(b) She became a stalker.
(c) She wrote her a letter.
(d) She sent her a gift.

Short Answer Questions

1. In the book, taking precautions for contagion with promiscuity is likened to what?

2. 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?

3. In what country, mentioned in the book, was it historically normal for the bride and groom to consummate their marriage in front of the wedding guests?

4. According to the book, a "trisexual" is someone who is involved with two people who existed as what (for years prior to including the trisexual)?

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

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