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Sexual fantasy: Quiz


Question 1: A sexual fantasy, also called an erotic fantasy, is a fantasy or pattern of thoughts with the effect of creating or enhancing sexual feelings; in short, it is "almost any mental imagery that is ________ or erotic to [an] individual".
Sexual arousalClitorisOrgasmPenis

Question 2: ________ suggested that those who experienced sexual fantasies were sexually deprived or frustrated or that they lacked adequate sexual stimulation and satisfaction.
Sigmund FreudWilliam JamesImmanuel KantExistentialism

Question 3: [44] Many Christians believe that the ________ prohibits sexual fantasies about people other than one's spouse in Matthew 5:28.
Biblical canonNevi'imBibleChristianity and Judaism

Question 4: They can enhance insufficiently exciting sexual acts to promote higher levels of ________ and release.
OrgasmClitorisPenisSexual arousal

Question 5: In contrast, ________ (also called evolutionary psychology or evolutionary theory) predicts that sexual fantasy is predisposed to biological factors.
SociologySociocultural evolutionSociobiologyE. O. Wilson

Question 6: [34] A 2006 non-representative study looked at homosexual men in ________.
Lok SabhaIndiaResearch and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned Movement

Question 7: A 2005 study compared straight and lesbian women in the ________ metropolitan area and found some differences in the content of their fantasies.
Los AngelesGlendale, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaLong Beach, California

Question 8: [19] For example, a woman receiving ________ may shut out thoughts about her body's odours or fluids in order to fantasize about her physical or emotional pleasure.
CunnilingusFellatioOral sexAnal–oral sex

Question 9: Conversely, a person may use fantasy to focus and maintain arousal, such as a man receiving ________ ignoring a distraction.
Sexual intercourseCunnilingusFellatioOral sex

Question 10: Fantasies are theorized to play an important role in sexual offenses; similarly, a lack of fantasy, or guilt surrounding fantasy, may contribute to ________.
Erectile dysfunctionSexual dysfunctionSexual fetishismHypersexuality

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