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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 respect the monogamous path, but argue that it isn't a real choice. Why?
(a) It is not forced by individuals.
(b) Celibacy is more valid.
(c) Promiscuity is more valid.
(d) It is forced by society.

2. In the reality and possibility of experiencing abundance proposed by the authors, all of the following are absent, EXCEPT?
(a) Competition.
(b) Severity.
(c) Starvation.
(d) Resources.

3. The authors believe that acknowledging someone's budding sexuality or flirtatiousness while still protecting them against unwarranted or inappropriate sexual behavior is considered to be what?
(a) Monogamous.
(b) Valuable.
(c) Reproachable.
(d) Impossible.

4. The authors assert that lovers should never be shared between what?
(a) Genders.
(b) Friends.
(c) Races.
(d) Generations.

5. According to the authors, do people believe the lies of a masturbation fantasy comparatively more or less than viewers believe the lies of a movie or readers believe the lies of a novel?
(a) They believe them more.
(b) They don't believe them any more or less.
(c) They believe them equally.
(d) They believe them less.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the authors, which of the following is NOT effectively prevented by monogamy?

2. According to the book, the main perils of sex for women are made worse when a woman is what?

3. What does the book claim has made millions of people safer from sexually transmitted diseases than ever before?

4. The authors delve into what transpires when people have the freedom to do what in regard to others' sexual activity?

5. The authors state that it is NOT acceptable for children to be involved with what?

Short Essay Questions

1. What main health perils does the book cover, and who do they affect?

2. What are the different approaches the authors mention in regard to people exploring sex clubs or orgies?

3. How does public sex exist in American culture, according to the authors?

4. What do the authors convey are the main intentions of the book?

5. What is the book's position on children in regard to sexual education and behavior?

6. How do the authors suggest minimizing contagion for the promiscuous?

7. How do the authors explain the concept of 'Sexual Abundance'?

8. How does the lesbian orgy anecdote illustrate the concepts about finding partners?

9. How might the anecdotes in the book affect different people?

10. What are the cultural stereotypes about pursuing partners, and how does this compare with reality?

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