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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. The authors of the book observe that they have never met anyone who, at the moment of orgasm, had what?
(a) Low self-control.
(b) Low self-esteem.
(c) High self-control.
(d) High self-esteem.

2. What term or phrase in the book conveys the idea of advocating healthy sexual lives?
(a) Health positive.
(b) Slut positive.
(c) Slut negative.
(d) Sex positive.

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

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

5. In the book, what happened in the case of the woman who planned on being housemates with an opposite sex friend?
(a) She knew that they would never get together.
(b) She ended up moving out right away.
(c) She knew right away he was sexually interested.
(d) She ended up spending 15 years with him.

Short Answer Questions

1. The book claims that, from one relationship to another, boundaries usually do what?

2. How do the authors feel about a woman being judged by her activities?

3. As detailed in the book, what did one of the women experience shortly after becoming clear on being non-monogamous?

4. What do the authors claim is the motivation for their behavior?

5. What topic does the chapter on "Ancestors and Antecedents" conclude with?

Short Essay Questions

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

2. According to Chapters 7 and 8 of "Within Ourselves", what communications are important for healthy intimate connections?

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

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

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

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

7. How do the authors redefine specific terms beyond their general usage?

8. How did the authors differ in sexual identification throughout their lives?

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

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

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