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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 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) Reproachable.
(c) Impossible.
(d) Valuable.

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

3. The authors want American culture to be a safe space where women and men can do all of the following, EXCEPT?
(a) Disregard the limits of others.
(b) Express their unique sexual identities.
(c) Be genuinely, sexually free.
(d) Enjoy love and sex, and sexuality.

4. Defined by the book, a "triad" can be a threesome that forms without any of the individuals having been what?
(a) Sexually active.
(b) A couple.
(c) Adults.
(d) Parents.

5. Which of the following is NOT a component of group sex mentioned in the book?
(a) Dyads.
(b) Asexuals.
(c) Triads.
(d) Trisexuals.

Short Answer Questions

1. The book states that "televised sex" is the most common variant of what?

2. In the wrong environment, even people who really like wild sex stories might feel all of the following ways, EXCEPT for which one?

3. Which of the following is the final step in the chapter on "Health"?

4. Which of the following is NOT listed by the authors as a source of comprehensive information about accessing and using various barriers for sexual practices?

5. The section in "Having Fun" that covers the concepts of "yes" and "no" addresses what topic?

Short Essay Questions

1. How do the authors explain what group sex is, and how does it relate to a threesome?

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

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

4. Describe how lying, in the context of the book, can tell a lot about a person and what their life is like.

5. How does monogamy rate in the prevention of sexual complications?

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

7. How do limits and consent factor into lesbian orgies, according to the authors?

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

9. Explain the common types of accepted public sex activities, as explained by the authors.

10. Explain the natural side-effect of sex parties to people's awareness of sex, as explained by the authors.

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