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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. Which of the following would least likely be a suitable option for some "sluts"?
(a) Civil union.
(b) Traditional marriage.
(c) Polygamy.
(d) Celibacy.

2. In the book's terms, since masturbation allows a person to take some action on one's own desires without imposing those desires on another person, it can be described as what kind of activity?
(a) Litigating activity.
(b) Mitigating activity.
(c) Reverse activity.
(d) Perverse activity.

3. In the case of the woman who planned on being housemates with an opposite sex friend, according to the authors, what was the woman's error probably based on?
(a) Sexual gratification.
(b) Gender equality.
(c) Sexual identification.
(d) Gender difference.

4. What do the authors advocate that each individual owns?
(a) His or her own self.
(b) His or her partners' well-being.
(c) His or her partners' emotions.
(d) His or her own safety.

5. Which of the following is NOT an example of outercourse from the book?
(a) Copying a homework assignment.
(b) Dancing together at a school dance.
(c) Sitting together in public.
(d) A simple glance or gesture.

Short Answer Questions

1. Whose interests might it serve to have no legal regulations involving marriage?

2. In the section titled "Government is Not Our Friend", the authors debate against government policies connected with what?

3. What is the special club mentioned in the book, which helps alleviate the need to conquer perceived isolation?

4. What do the authors also encourage people to acknowledge in their relationships?

5. What is NOT a way that "Baby Yourself" suggests being kind to yourself?

Short Essay Questions

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

2. What is the essential viewpoint of the book and the authors on sexuality and sexual behavior?

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

4. How do the authors address conflict and resolution in regard to relationships?

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

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

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

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

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

10. How do the authors counter the idea of 'serial monogamy' as the only 'real' type of relationship?

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