Democratic Bill Would Make Anyone Without Written Consent A Rapist
June 6, 2014 7:06am PST
A bill introduced in California would require that universities find students who did not receive “affirmative, unambiguous” verbal or written consent prior to sex guilty of rape.
Introduced by none other than Democratic State Senator Kevin de Leon, who’s the same brain dart who is a strong supporter of gun control but has no idea what he’s talking about, the conditions of the bill have been scaled back from its original language which would have deemed any sexual encounter that involved “drugs, alcohol, or medication” to be a rape.
Critics of the bill say that it would essentially make married couples rapists since they rarely discuss consent prior to sexual activity. The same holds true for most unmarried couples as well, so such a bill would kick the door wide open to accusations of rape out of vengeance.
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