Part 1, We "Other Victorians"
1. What does Foucault say was true about sexuality at the beginning of the seventeenth century?
(a) All forms of sexuality were highly condemed by the church.
(b) It was considered by all to be the ethical and moral challenge of the age.
(c) There were high consequences for any deviation from the socially accepted mores of the era.
(d) There was little secrecy, and openness and frankness about the illicit were common.
2. How and where was sexuality confined by the Victorian bourgeoisie?
(a) Sexuality was confined to the home as a function of reproduction.
(b) Sexuality was confined to the working classes as a tool of their subjugation.
(c) Sexuality was confined as a trait of the immoral and irreligious.
(d) Sexuality was confined to the lower classes as a trait of their more animal like instincts.
3. What were the two places of tolerance to arise as a result of the confinement of sexuality?
(a) The mental hospital and the lower class.
(b) The brothel and the lower class.
(c) The mental hospital and the unmarried.
(d) The brothel and mental hospital.
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