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True-False 1. Undergraduates associate “lust” as the top word for “sex”: ANS: F PG: 249 SOURCE: New 2. “Big Decisions” is a sexuality curriculum designed to promote relativism. ANS: F PG: 252-253 SOURCE: New 3. Most of those who signed “True Love Waits” pledges had premarital intercourse. ANS: T PG: 251 SOURCE: New 4. The HIV virus can be contracted by engaging in oral sex. ANS: T PG: 264 SOURCE: Pickup 5. Thomsen and Chang (2000) found that the greatest predictor of orgasm during first intercourse was having had “a little wine” (to reduce the anxiety of the experience). ANS: F PG: 263 SOURCE: Pickup 6. Men are more likely than women to be unfaithful in “monogamous” relationships. ANS: T PG: 268 SOURCE: New 7. Men who watch pornography and have commercial sex and cybersex are sexual addicts. ANS: F PG: 256-257 SOURCE: New 8 Men are twice as likely to be hedonistic as women. ANS: T PG: 250 SOURCE: New 9. Married people report having a higher level of emotional and physical satisfaction in their sexual relationships than single people. ANS: T PG: 267 SOURCE: Pickup 10. Men and women in “friends with benefits relationships” have similar levels of emotional involvement. ANS: F PG: 255 SOURCE: Pickup
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Short Answer and Discussion 1. What are the various sexual values? PG: 250 2. Identify various considerations in deciding to have intercourse with a new sexual partner. PG: 258-260 3. Discuss the views men and women have of the friends with benefits relationship. PG: 254-255 4. Discuss the degree to which male and female undergraduates are faithful in “monogamous” relationships. PG: 268 5. Define and give some examples of the sexual double standard. PG: 257-258 6. Explain the meaning of “secondary virginity”. PG: 252 7. Discuss the sexual behavior of persons who have signed the “True Love Waits” pledge. PG: 251 8. Can one contract HIV from providing fellatio? PG: 264 9. Compare and contrast sex among singles and among marrieds. PG: 266-267 10. Identify the motives of having oral sex and not having sexual intercourse. PG: 263-264 Essay Questions 1. How do women and men differ in regard to their sexual values? PG: 250 2. Compare the emotional and sexual satisfaction of singles, cohabitants, and marrieds. PG: 266-268 3. What might you do to help ensure a sexually fulfilling relationship? PG: 270-273
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4. To what degree is monogamy an illusion? PG: 268 5. Why is marriage the safest social context for not getting an STI? PG: 266-267
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