The Vagina Monologues Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In what year does the investigation of witchcraft discussed in the vagina fact take place?
(a) 1650.
(b) 1605.
(c) 1765.
(d) 1593.

2. What does the author say being raped made her do mentally and emotionally from her vagina?
(a) Become angry with.
(b) Disconnect.
(c) Increase its use.
(d) Connect.

3. For what type of venue was the Vagina Monologues originally written?
(a) Stage production.
(b) Street performances.
(c) College students.
(d) Archives.

4. What does the author say the root causes of violence against women are, in the Introduction?
(a) Strong.
(b) Unchanged.
(c) Powerful.
(d) Hindered.

5. What was the purpose of removing the clitoris in the United States, when it was still performed?
(a) To cure rape.
(b) To punish women.
(c) To cure masturbation.
(d) To prevent pregnancy.

6. What does the speaker in the first monologue of the play say you must love in order to love the vagina?
(a) The mind.
(b) Sex.
(c) The woman.
(d) Pubic hair.

7. In what city was the Vagina Monologues originally presented?
(a) Chicago.
(b) Austin.
(c) New York City.
(d) Los Angeles.

8. What does the speaker of "Because He Liked to Look at It" say was a stimulant for her the most from her boyfriend?
(a) His attention.
(b) His bedroom skills.
(c) His voice.
(d) His love.

9. How does the speaker of "The Flood" say she feels after discussing her private parts?
(a) Mad.
(b) Happy.
(c) Better.
(d) Angrier.

10. What does the speaker of "The Flood" say her first experience with the flood made her do towards her vagina?
(a) Shut down from it mentally and emotionally.
(b) Become closer to it.
(c) Become embarrassed by it.
(d) Get to know it better.

11. What does the movement created by the author aim to raise awareness of and bring an end to?
(a) Genocide in Africa.
(b) Incest.
(c) The spread of AIDS.
(d) Violence against women.

12. What does the author say triggered change in the view of women across the world?
(a) Informational pamphlets.
(b) Speeches.
(c) Debates.
(d) Activities.

13. Apart from having their clitorises removed, what does a newspaper article say was also a common surgery involved in genital mutilation?
(a) Placing a metal plate in them.
(b) Sewing their vagina shut.
(c) Tying their tubes.
(d) Placing a chastity belt on them.

14. How old is the speaker of the monologue discussing when her mother slapped her?
(a) 14.
(b) 16.
(c) 20.
(d) 12.

15. Which of the following objects were not used to rape women in war zones, according to "My Vagina was a Village"?
(a) Fingers.
(b) Penises.
(c) Broom handles.
(d) Guns.

Short Answer Questions

1. What do the workshop participants in "The Vagina Workshop" try to become with their vaginas?

2. What war does the author discuss in the introductions to "My Vagina was a Village"?

3. Who is the author of the book?

4. What does a woman describe that her husband does not like about her in the first monologue of the play?

5. What kind of art does the author of the Forward describe as portraying the power of the female?

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