I thought this was especially weird. In offering tips about how to take a drunk friend's keys so that he doesn't drive, Alcohol.edu offered this tip:
I think it's bizarre that it's still acceptable to use women as objects of distraction, especially coupled with "food" and "video games." I also think it's weirdly limiting how they automatically assume that these are the three most effective things for distracting a drunk boy. I think "distract Ben" would have been sufficient. People taking this test are college students, and can probably manage to think of distracting things on their own.
In actuality, I believe that you should do whatever works to prevent someone from driving drunk. It just seems wrong to me to formally codify sexism and stereotypes in this manner.