Affirmative Consent Doesn’t Prevent Rape, But Enhances Sex

Affirmative Consent Doesn’t Prevent Rape, But Enhances Sex

“Is this okay?” has little impact on sexual assault—but it definitely improves sex.

Affirmative consent means that sexual initiators must obtain the other person’s explicit permission for every escalation of intimacy, from kissing to touching to undressing to genital play to intercourse.

As a plus, affirmative consent leads to better, more satisfying sex.

Affirmative Consent Doesn’t Prevent Rape, But Enhances Sex

In this article:

The Evolution of Sexual Consent
Do I Have To Get Her To Sign a Contract?
Who Gets Raped? Why?
Sexual Assault Prevention 101
Affirmative Consent, Better Sex

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