- Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence - http://mcadsv.com -
Posted By achermack On February 6, 2012 @ 1:47 pm In | No Comments
Consent means that at the time of the act, there are physical actions indicating that both partners freely agree and really want to do the same thing. Checking for consent is a process that each person needs to keep doing.
A helpful 3-question checklist, from RAINN , can help determine if consent was given and whether or not it was rape.
Article printed from Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence: http://mcadsv.com
URL to article: http://mcadsv.com/sexual-violence/about-sexual-violence/consent/
URLs in this post:
 RAINN: http://www.rainn.org/get-information/types-of-sexual-assault/was-it-rape
Copyright © 2011 Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. All rights reserved.