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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to the authors, being called what, within a committed relationship, has "some special challenges"?
(a) A "rebel".
(b) A "slut".
(c) A "liar".
(d) A "lover".

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

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

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

5. According to the book, many people are attacked purely because they are what?
(a) Homosexuals.
(b) Victims.
(c) Women.
(d) Sluts.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the authors, in a world that can be opposed to healthy fulfillment, it is important to find one's own what?

2. What type of sexuality is the book limited to discussing?

3. What do the authors suggest as a way of overcoming jealousy?

4. What actions do the authors suggest are central to messing up a relationship?

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

Short Essay Questions

1. How do the authors define and then defend the term "promiscuous"?

2. How do the authors advocate the use of the legal system to protect their families?

3. How do the concepts of denial and fulfillment affect a person who is "sex positive"?

4. How does the example of the 'little girl and Daddy' role-play illustrate the concept of boundaries?

5. In terms of boundaries, how do the authors feel about sluts being accused of being indiscriminate?

6. What is the key to forming agreements with partners, and what are the benefits?

7. What is one of the most important attributes for healthy sluts, and why?

8. Explain how the concept of 'ownership' provides opportunities to exercise one's fantasies.

9. How does the book's example of the Omni address the need of individuals to conquer perceived isolation?

10. How do the authors feel that women are judged in regard to sexual adventurousness (especially in comparison to men)?

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