Skip to comments.CA Bill Demands Verbal or Written Consent for Sex on College Campuses
Posted on 06/05/2014 11:34:11 AM PDT by Lmo56
A newly amended bill from a California lawmaker would require college students to stop in the heat of passion and establish verbal or written consent before having sex anywhere on campus, reports L.A. Weekly.
SB 967, amended last week by state Sen. Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles), would mandate that college students obtain "an affirmative, unambiguous, and conscious decision by each participant to engage in mutually agreed-upon sexual activity."
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If written - does it have to be notarized ???
Sheesh - What a Buzz Kill !!!
Who birthed these ignorant F-heads? Who goes to work and says, I am going to propose the most asinine piece of mind wasted crap as legislation and then wait for the cheap laughs?
This is such a joke. It can’t be real. “Here sign your auto graph for me sweety.” This mind boggles.
I’ll add that to the pre-nuptial agreement I always require....
What's so un-special about doing it off campus?
I remember it was I believe Antioch College instituted a policy a decade or two ago that one had to have verbal consent before say each step in physical intimacy. Antioch was laughed at back then but it appears they were prophets. Now one needs not just verbal consent but written consent that will stand up in a court proceeding.
I’ve got an idea. Instead of just a piece of paper, they could have a ceremony with all your friends and relatives in attendance. Maybe someone has thought of this before?
Do they need proof that the act was committed on the campus?
Next they will want “Non-Disclosure Agreements”.
does a monosylable constitute consent?
an agreement, signed or verbal to have sex; sounds like an agreement to prostitution.
Semi-satire become reality. Welcome to Wonderland. Humpty Dumpty is Chief Justice on the Supreme Court.
There’s always the possibility of two college students getting married, isn’t there?? I mean, I think it’s still legal....
The Mrs. and I would be childless and probably celibate if we followed this proposed law.
They need it for minors in Hollyweird
What is so sacrosanct about consent that sets it apart from all the other outmoded Judeo-Christian Western values?
You forgot to add "but who's counting".
First lawsuit will be:
He: “You said I could. I’ve got it in writing.”
She: “I was too drunk to provide informed consent.”
Not to disparage true sexual assault (Whoopi Goldberg’s “rape, rape?”) I wonder how many accusations are due to next day recriminations, or even several days later when “he didn’t call, he didn’t text!”
And it’s void if intoxicants are involved, I bet.
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