Sex While Drunk Is Now Legally Rape In California (Seriously, It Is)

because we don’t educate, we legislate.

Thought Catalog

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I recently did an interview with The College Fix about the sexual assault policy at the University of Michigan, in which relationship behaviors like “withholding sex and affection” and “ignoring the partner’s feelings” have been recast as sexual violence. When asked to clarify just what they meant, the university asserted that “those behaviors not in the context of violence are not abusive. A reader of this site would recognize that it’s described as one behavior in the context of a pattern of behaviors to maintain power and control over an intimate partner”. I wonder how they know that? My position, using the university’s exact same method of reasoning, is that readers will also recognize that the victims are implicitly women and the perpetrators are implicitly men. It’s hard to imagine any man showing up at the sexual assault center, weeping that his girlfriend refused to have sex with him…

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