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Hair removal: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Head-shaving is a part of some Buddhist, ________, Jain and Hindu traditions.
ChristianityBaptistChristian denominationEcumenism

Question 2: In the United States, during the ________, conservative students would sometimes attack student radicals or "hippies" by shaving beards or cutting long hair.
Vietnam WarKorean WarCold WarCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 3: The methods used to remove hair have varied in different times and regions, but ________ is the most common method.
Hair removalPubic hairBikini waxingShaving

Question 4: In a sexual context, ________ removal is done to increase visual exposure of the genitalia and/or facilitate access to the genital area by removing the barrier of hair.
Pubic hairFacial hairBikini waxingHair removal

Question 5: Buddhist and Christian monks generally undergo some form of head-shaving or tonsure during their ordination; in ________ monks shave their eyebrows as well.
ThailandPapua New GuineaMalaysiaCambodia

Question 6: During European witch-hunts of the Medieval and ________, alleged witches were stripped naked and their entire body shaved to discover the so-called witches' marks.
Ancient historyEarly modern periodModern historyHigh Middle Ages

Question 7: Hair removal has been practiced in almost all human ________.
FamilySlaveryHuman rightsCulture

Question 8: Muslim law (________) puts hair in three categories: that which it is recommended to remove (pubic and armpit hair), that which it is recommended to keep (the beard), and that which is the object of limited recommendation (foot, hand, back, and chest hair).
FiqhIslamic ethicsShariaIslam

Question 9: Use of ________ along with other ingredients like besan powder and milk
GingerGarlicCuminTurmeric

Question 10: Women may shave freely in ________, even using a blade or razor.
JudaismSamaritanJewsKabbalah
















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