CA Passes Ridiculous Rape Law, Almost All Sex Illegal Now

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September 29, 2014 8:04am PST

The latest atrocity to come out of California is a new law which aims to prevent the rape of college students. This may sound like a good idea, but as usual, the state’s legislature – overrun with Democratic idiots – has royally screwed it up.

California is the first state in the U.S. to pass a bill such as this, which aims to define exactly when “yes means yes.” Perhaps this is due to the fact that lawmakers from all of the other states realized what a ridiculous idea that is. The new law pertains to all post-secondary schools that receive state money, so universities across the state are preparing for what will likely leave them with more than a few lawsuits on their hands.

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California Governor Jerry Brown signed the bill yesterday, under pressure from women’s advocacy groups who delivered petitions to his office.

The definition of lawful consent to have sex, as defined by the bill, requires “an affirmative, conscious and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity.” The bill deems anyone who is drunk, drugged, unconscious or asleep of being incapable of consenting to sex. So from here on out, all the college sweethearts who get it on after a night of drinking are rapists. It’s anyone’s guess who raped who, since they were both drunk. Maybe they both raped each other? As you can see, the new law is a pile of horse manure.

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Senator Kevin de Leon, who represents Los Angeles, lauded the bill, saying, “With one in five women on college campuses experiencing sexual assault, it is high time the conversation regarding sexual assault be shifted to one of prevention, justice, and healing.”

He’s right about one thing. Sexual assault is something which should be given express attention. But, as we’ve seen in the past, the Democrats have created more of a mess by trying to fix something than the mess the original problem created.

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Handmade signs decorate an event held to raise awareness for sexual assault at Occidental College in Los Angeles. The school is one of many which are affected by the bill.

To further complicate matters, the list of things which constitute consent under the bill is incredibly vague. A head nod will do, or a simple move in the direction of the person you wish to engage in sexual relations with. To be safe, college students will end up having to acquire written consent from their respective partner each and every time they have sex. Boy, if that doesn’t kill the mood, I’m not sure what will!

H/T: MailOnline

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