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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What was the last thing Xaviera listed in her observations of her job in "Chapter 11, Different Strokes for Different Folks, or, Wall Street and Me"?
(a) Types of johns.
(b) Types of brothels.
(c) Types of employees.
(d) Types of lingerie.

2. What was discussed in "Chapter 13, An Adult Tale, or, Fantasy and Me" by Xaviera?
(a) Her mother's watchful eye growing up.
(b) Her uncertainty for her future.
(c) Staged scenes for johns.
(d) Her first trip to America.

3. What activities did Xaviera say she felt were completely separate from each other?
(a) Career and hobby.
(b) Money and career.
(c) Love and marriage.
(d) Love and sex.

4. Who gave Xaviera information when asked of them?
(a) Her employees.
(b) Police.
(c) Her lawyer.
(d) Johns.

5. When Xaviera spoke of an actress who was a customer of hers, what did the actress' husband do for a living?
(a) A congressman.
(b) A stockbroker.
(c) A news anchor.
(d) A film producer.

6. What did Xaviera categorize in"Chapter 11, Different Strokes for Different Folks, or, Wall Street and Me"?
(a) Locations of brothels.
(b) Pros and cons of prostitution.
(c) Uses of money.
(d) Her clients.

7. What method did Xaviera talk about while she discussed her business tips?
(a) Safety from harmful clients.
(b) Medication.
(c) Safety in numbers.
(d) Birth control.

8. When Xaviera conversed with a married woman in "Chapter 10, The Oldest Profession Updated, or, Behind Open Doors", the woman informed her that she'd rather her husband cheat on her with a prostitute than to what?
(a) Harm her.
(b) Divorce her.
(c) Ignore her.
(d) Cheat with a full-time mistress.

9. When Robert went to see Xaviera, he told her he would rather pay to be with an honest prostitute than what?
(a) A dishonest wife.
(b) Nothing at all.
(c) Be married.
(d) An unattractive wife.

10. What kind of groups did Xaviera discuss in "Chapter 11, Different Strokes for Different Folks, or, Wall Street and Me" in order to discuss their behaviors when they ordered the service of a prostitute?
(a) Ethnic groups.
(b) Wealthy groups.
(c) Intellectual groups.
(d) Male groups.

11. What were most of the prostitutes' favorite age group when it came to their clients?
(a) 30-40.
(b) 40-50.
(c) 20-30.
(d) 18-25.

12. What word best describes the DJ that was a client of Xaviera?
(a) A sadist.
(b) A charmer.
(c) A masochist.
(d) A jerk.

13. Who was told to help when servicing a john who wanted an elaborate scene?
(a) Construction workers.
(b) Costume designer.
(c) Friends.
(d) Paid extras.

14. Why did Xaviera give aliases to many of the clients she spoke of in "Chapter 12, Whipped (S)cream"?
(a) To protect them.
(b) None of the above.
(c) To protect herself.
(d) To protect them and herself.

15. What did Xaviera refer to when she said the line, "ships passing in the night", in "Chapter 16, Ships in the Night"?
(a) Her understanding of society.
(b) Her meetings with her step-sister.
(c) Her mother and father's marriage.
(d) Her affairs with men.

Short Answer Questions

1. What word did Xaviera use to describe bankers as customers?

2. What was the name of the black prostitute who was mentioned in "Chapter 12, Whipped (S)cream" and was said to have worked at Madeleine's brothel?

3. What did Xaviera say stockbrokers were concerned with when being a customer of a prostitute?

4. Why did Xaviera stay with Larry even though she did not completely enjoy their relationship?

5. How did Xaviera describe Larry when they were in a relationship?

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