The Ethical Slut: A Guide to Infinite Sexual Possibilities Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What are boundaries in a relationship NOT likely influenced by, according to the book?

2. For whom does the book favor the concept of healthy sexuality?

3. What term does the first section of the chapter on "Paradigms" discuss?

4. Who was Sigmund Freud?

5. When do the authors recommend taking any step to make oneself feel safer and more comfortable?

Short Essay Questions

1. Name a mitigating activity listed by the authors and describe why it fits in that category.

2. Describe the relationship between the two authors.

3. How do the authors counter the idea of 'serial monogamy' as the only 'real' type of relationship?

4. How do the concepts of denial and fulfillment affect a person who is "sex positive"?

5. What are some of the factors the authors mention which can contribute to how easily a person might get jealous?

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

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

8. How does the example of the 'little girl and Daddy' role-play illustrate the concept of boundaries?

9. According to the book, what are ways that promiscuous people are oppressed?

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

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

The authors explain that being "promiscuous" is typically an accusation that a person has too many partners and perhaps too much sex. Assess this accusation, considering the book's inclusion of Freud and the authors' own opinions.

Essay Topic 2

Explain the different legal methods mentioned in the book that are available to protect loved ones of people who practice alternative methods of having families, and examine how these methods compare with 'traditional' legal coverage.

Essay Topic 3

For the lesbian authors, their cultural view is limited to late 20th century America, where public sex is not the norm. Explain whether culture or society has changed since the authors wrote the book, based on the examples found within the publication.

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