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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. What sign does the speaker of "The Flood" say she wishes she could hang on her privates?
(a) "Unwanted".
(b) "No Entry".
(c) "Closed Due to Flooding".
(d) "Keep Out".

2. What age group are the women that are first discussed in the introduction to "The Flood"?
(a) Early 20s.
(b) 60s and older.
(c) 30s.
(d) 40s.

3. What does a woman's boyfriend help her to do in regards to her vagina in "Because He Liked to Look at It"?
(a) Hurt it.
(b) Disconnect with it.
(c) Hate it.
(d) Accept and enjoy it.

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

5. What kind of art does the author of the Forward describe as portraying the power of the female?
(a) Religious.
(b) Landscapes.
(c) Impressionist.
(d) Portraits.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does the woman discussed in the introduction to "The Flood" do when she finally finds her clitoris?

2. What does the speaker of "My Vagina was a Village" describe her vagina as before the war?

3. In what state was the Vagina Monologues originally presented?

4. How old is the speaker of the monologue discussing when her mother slapped her?

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

Short Essay Questions

1. How is the woman's dream about a flood described in her monologue?

2. How does the author describe the affects of being raped as a child?

3. How does the author describe V-Day activities in the introduction?

4. What conclusion does the woman who is made to shave her private parts come to regarding the purpose of genital hair in "Hair"?

5. How are the original stage presentations of the Vagina Monologue described, after it was first written?

6. Why does the author believe simply having a vagina makes someone a target for violence?

7. How were orgasmic women in the 19th century treated, according to the "Women's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets"?

8. How does Gloria Steinem describe the religious ties female genitalia has in India?

9. Why does the narrator of "My Angry Vagina" believe the approaches of those invading her vagina were all wrong?

10. How does a woman who suffered cancer react to the author in regards to her questions in "The Flood"?

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