So I heard in some places it was mandatory for male students to take a sexual consent class in college.
What do you think?
Guys how would you feel if you had to take one of these classes
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I know more than a couple "normal" people who could've used a refresher on consent. I'd include both male and females, though.
A lot of people think that if you don't hit him or her, and simply climb on them while they're saying no... it's not rape. Or if she or he agrees to oral sex and you get horny and push onto penetration after your partner has said they don't want intercourse... It's not rape. Or if you're having vaginal sex and switch to anal, or start choking them or thrusting too hard and don't stop if they ask, it's not rape. Or if you seclude them in a car or locked room and make it seem like they have to fight you or walk in the middle of nowhere or give in to sex, it's not rape. Or if they're drunk to the point you have to move them around and pull off their clothes, it's not rape.
Some people think that anything short of the other person kicking and screaming is fair game. Even to the point that expressing that making sure you have consent is a big problem. Why should be that way?2