underneath clothing. In other words, making out. Sexual activity: all the above, plus what your puerile imagination dreams up. Doesn't nec-
essarily mean penetration (but it can). Other-Half: Boyfriend, Girlfriend, Spouse, Slave, Master, Mistress, Kept Man, etc. Posslq: "Person of the Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters." Term lifted from the U.S.
census form. Nice colloquialism for live-in lover. Masturbation: voluntary touching of one's own genitals for purposes of receiving pleasure.
Doesn't imply orgasm. Can be through clothing. Mutual Masturbation: Technically, two (or more) people masturbating, who also happen to
be together (only touching themselves). For purposes of this test, however, mutual mas-
turbation will also be defined as two (or more) persons manually stimulating one another.
Again, not necessarily to orgasm, and possibly through clothing.
Scoring This is a yes-or-no test, you don't really need to mark the no's, as you can easily subtract
the total yes answers from 2000, and magically, you have the total no answers! We rec-
ommend counting with the little five-grouping technique (you know, four vertical slashes,
and one diagonal across them for each group of five). When you are finished, count all the
"yes" answers and divide that number by 20. That is your "percentage impurity." If you