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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 promises.
(b) Too many partners.
(c) Too many health issues.
(d) Too many orgasms.

2. The book advocates sexual behavior as an activity that is meant to be what?
(a) Feared.
(b) Enjoyed.
(c) Excessive.
(d) Non-existent.

3. What do the authors dispute as being the only aspect of a 'real' relationship?
(a) Decades of fidelity.
(b) Decades of sincerity.
(c) Decades of integrity.
(d) Decades of levity.

4. In the section titled "Government is Not Our Friend", the authors debate against government policies connected with what?
(a) Taxes.
(b) Marriage.
(c) Privacy.
(d) Age of consent.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. What is the focus of the book's discussion of sex?

2. Which of the following is NOT one of the actions the section called "Poor Baby" emphasizes as acceptable?

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

4. As mentioned in the book, people practicing alternative methods of having families can still protect loved ones through alternative legal methods to what is normally handled by what type of law?

5. Which of the following is NOT an example of outercourse from the book?

Short Essay Questions

1. What do the authors have to say in regard to eliminating jealousy?

2. What are some of the factors the authors mention which can contribute to how easily a person might get jealous?

3. How do the authors recommend dealing with one's own feelings and emotions?

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

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

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

7. According to the authors, how might two people 'accidentally' become a couple?

8. How do the authors answer the question of "Does Sex Need A 'Reason?"

9. How do the authors interpret the concept of the 'slut'?

10. What do the authors feel about how sluts get treated by the public and the government?

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