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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 delve into what transpires when people have the freedom to do what in regard to others' sexual activity?
(a) Restrain it.
(b) Record it.
(c) Watch it.
(d) Critique it.

2. According to one of the authors, public acts of sex (or sex in public locations) are an aspect of human sexuality of which there is some legitimate:
(a) Anxiety.
(b) Anger.
(c) Confusion.
(d) Joy.

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. Which of the following is NOT a purpose of support listed in the resources?
(a) To help the asexual community.
(b) To help the bisexual community.
(c) To help solve problems.
(d) To help subgroups get connected.

5. In the America that the authors are familiar with, public sex is NOT considered to be what?
(a) Normal.
(b) Uncommon.
(c) Unpoplar.
(d) Strange.

Short Answer Questions

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

2. In what country, mentioned in the book, was it historically normal for the bride and groom to consummate their marriage in front of the wedding guests?

3. According to the authors, the synergy closely associated with the trisexual differs from what grouping, which forms as its own thing from its very inception?

4. According to the book, when does deceit cause trouble for an individual?

5. For many people, orgy stories are a matter of trepidation and something they would like to keep within what?

Short Essay Questions

1. What are the different uses of barriers mentioned by the authors?

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

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

4. Explain what the authors mean by the term 'fluid bonding'.

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

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

7. According to the authors, how does public sex exist in countries outside the United States?

8. How do orgy stories benefit different readers, even those who read them with trepidation?

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

10. What is a trisexual in the context of the book?

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