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Student’s claim about not needing “to be taught to not be a rapist” sparks debate on the necessity of consent classes

Meghan Nichols November 4, 2015

A university student from the United Kingdom sparked debate with his claim that he doesn’t need to participate in consent classes because “he doesn’t need to be taught to not be a rapist.” The...

Response to Ebmeier’s ‘Consent is sexy, but false allegations of rape are decidedly not’

admin February 5, 2014
The link between false accusations of rape and criticism of the “Consent is Sexy” campaign is attenuated at best. Believing that people are falsely accused of rape does not lessen the need for active, enthusiastic consent; it increases it.
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