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How to Avoid Rape on Campus? Clarify “Consent”  

Author:  Karen  Gershenhorn.; Roslyn  Myers, J.D., M.A..

Source: Volume 16, Number 02, February/March 2015 , pp.23-26(4)

Sex Offender Law Report

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What qualifies as consent to sexual activity? “You know it when you see it” does not work in a student handbook. Schools are under increasing pressure from students, parents, and state and federal governments to define not only sexual misconduct, but conduct approved by all parties involved.

Keywords: alcohol-related assaults; “no means no”; active consent; SB 967; White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault

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