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Flashcards in Lecture 9 - Sexual Assault And Coercion And Consent Deck (13):
1

Why is it hard to find reliable stats for sexual assault

Definitions are not very clear

2

What is the age of consent for vaginal penetration in Canada

16

3

Why did the age of consent change from age 14 in Canada?

Because of predators

4

What is the age of consent for anal sex

18

5

What is token resistance

When a girl says no but means yes. But because she doesn’t want to look like a slut

6

What are the 5 main principles of the affirmative consent standard (ACs)

Needs explicit VERBAL consent
Initiator of sexual contact is responsible to obtain sexual consent
You must consent at every level of intimacy

7

What is the purpose of the affirmative consent standard

To promote safety, equality, trust, erotic experience and prevent sexual assault and rape

8

What is the weakness of the affirmative consent standard

He needs a “yes”
Importance of nonverbal

9

Why is it wrong to think that “antisexual message has been hijacked by an anti-sex message”

Because consent can promote eroticism

10

How are the planned parenthood videos different from the asking for it video

Interplay with words and non verbal

Show what they should be doing instead of what they shouldn’t be doing

Resembles a more realistic situation

11

What are 5 components to consent affording to planned parenthood

Everyone clear about what’s going to happen and their happy about it
Everyone has to feel free to say no without being pressured or hassled
Be honest about bc or stds
Consent once doesn’t mean every time
Sex is about connection and respect

12

What are nonverbal cues that show someone wants to have sex

Smiling
Leaning in
Lip hitting
Voice inflictions

13

Consent is about.... (3) according to planned parenthood

Watching, listening and asking