HARVARD’S Consent Policies: Even with Consent Male is Guilty

“The main problem with affirmative consent policies is that they don’t match how people have sex in the real world, including on college campuses. They are a classic example of policies that sound good in theory but break down in practice.”  If you point to any one thing and say that’s what made me think I had consent, you’re going to be found responsible for sexual misconduct. That’s because most sexual misconduct policies explicitly say that consent for one sexual act does not imply consent for another sexual act.

thecrimson.com By Dillon and Stotland

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