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Wednesday, July 15, A.D. 2015
Affirmative Consent Contract

Katherine Timpf has an article in the National Review about universities’ latest attempt to deal with the sexual revolution: “Students Told to Take Photos with a ‘Consent Contract’ Before They Have Sex.” My friend Andrew commented:

If only someone had thought of this before…. If only it had occurred to someone that you shouldn’t have sex with someone before entering into a publicly verifiable contractual relationship with that person. Maybe the next step for these progressives will be to suggest that these contracts must be witnessed at some sort of public ceremony, so that you have witnesses to prove the consent. And then maybe for health reasons, these contracts should be exclusive and permanent. Oh how far we’ve come! California will lead us all the way around the circle, and the serpent will devour its own tail!

Our society looks so hopeless.

Posted by Joseph on Wednesday, July 15, A.D. 2015
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