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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. In the authors' words, what amount of people lie to themselves every time they masturbate, in the form of fantasies about themselves and some involvement with others?
(a) Few people
(b) All people.
(c) Many people.
(d) No people.

2. In the book's example of the couple that wanted to attend a sex party together, they wanted to be what?
(a) Exhibitionistic.
(b) Masochistic.
(c) Hedonistic.
(d) Left alone.

3. When people who have decided to go for an exploratory visit to a sex club or an orgy do not get far with it at all, it is considered by the authors to be what?
(a) Normal.
(b) Impossible.
(c) Abnormal.
(d) Guaranteed.

4. The book states that movie and TV sex can teach people about their own arousal, while at the same time providing what to the viewers?
(a) Sedation.
(b) A buffer.
(c) Frustration.
(d) A habit.

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

Short Answer Questions

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

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

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

4. The authors focus on child-rearing with an emphasis on what?

5. What does the book suggest a person might do until all partners have been tested for disease?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does the book recommend dealing with a person's own sexual health?

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

3. How, according to the authors, does public sex exist in late twentieth century America?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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