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Human Sexuality: Chapter 14

Instructions: For each question, click on the radio button beside your answer. When you have completed the entire quiz, click the “Submit my answers” button at the bottom of the page to receive your results.

Question 1:

a) Kissing
b) Non-genital touching
c) Genital touching
d) Oral sex

Question 2:

a) 14
b) 15
c) 16
d) 17

Question 3:

a) 1 per cent
b) 2 per cent
c) 5 per cent
d) 10 per cent

Question 4:

a) Sexual coercion
b) Sexual complacence
c) Sexual compliance
d) Sexual trade-offs

Question 5:

a) Having sex with a loved partner
b) Having sex with an anonymous person
c) Having oral sex
d) Having affectionate contact before intercourse

Question 6:

a) When women have more similar social status as men they report more similar rates of masturbation.
b) When women have more similar social status as men they report lower rates of masturbation than their male counterparts
c) When women have lower social status than men in a culture, women have higher rates of masturbation than when women have equal social status.
d) There is no link between social status and masturbation in women; women from all cultures show similar rates of masturbation.

Question 7:

a) A behaviour but not a response
b) A necessary part of sexual intercourse
c) A response but not a behaviour
d) Described very differently by men and women

Question 8:

a) Bisexual men and women and gay men
b) Heterosexual men
c) Bisexual men and women and gay men and lesbian and heterosexual women
d) Lesbian and heterosexual women

Question 9:

a) They typically progress more quickly than other relationships.
b) They typically lack intimacy.
c) They typically do not last long because the people don’t really know each other very well when they begin the relationship.
d) They progress in the same stages and at the same rate as online relationships.

Question 10:

a) What “number” the wife is (first, second, third, etc.)
b) Whether the wife is still fertile
c) How many children the wife has had with the partner
d) How many sons the wife has produced