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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, "promiscuity" is typically an accusation that a person probably has too much sex, and what else?
(a) Too many health issues.
(b) Too many promises.
(c) Too many partners.
(d) Too many orgasms.

2. When do the authors recommend taking any step to make oneself feel safer and more comfortable?
(a) When faced with overwhelming decisions.
(b) When faced with overwhelming emotions.
(c) When faced with overwhelming consequences.
(d) When faced with overwhelming desires.

3. The authors state that for healthy intimate connections, it is important to ensure that loved ones know that they are what?
(a) Special.
(b) Loved.
(c) Alone.
(d) Safe.

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

5. In the book's discussion of "Denial versus Fulfillment", what concept is explored in terms of fulfillment?
(a) Fulfillment of activity.
(b) Fulfillment of desires.
(c) Fulfillment of obligations.
(d) Fulfillment of hopes.

Short Answer Questions

1. In the book's examples, how is a person likely to feel when a lover goes out on a date with someone else?

2. In the book, what happened in the case of the woman who planned on being housemates with an opposite sex friend?

3. The authors state that this can cause individuals who are "sluts" to feel "marked" in some public manner:

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

5. How did the author respond when her partner could not deal with the desired role-play?

Short Essay Questions

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

2. Name a mitigating activity listed by the authors and describe why it fits in that category.

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

4. According to the book, what are ways that promiscuous people are oppressed?

5. In what ways are concepts of 19th century psychologist Freud integrated into the authors' discussion?

6. What do the authors suggest is the 'best' way to mess a relationship up, and what are the effects?

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

8. How does one of the authors illustrate the idea that jealousy can tell people what they need or want for themselves?

9. Describe the relationship between the two authors.

10. What oppression do the authors recognize in the section on 'Judging Ourselves' and what resolution do they suggest?

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