Is this necessary...?

Posted by: Mister_Man

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No

If someone claims they were raped, if a signed consent form is not present, this won't be a "he said she said," It will turn into a "the person claiming to be a victim said this, therefore they are right and this person is a rapist." Not only will i... t completely ruin the mood during sex, but if a girl claims she was raped by a guy, there's nothing saying he didn't, so right off the bat men are at a huge disadvantage right off the bat   more
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Yes

Romantic spontaneity should not exist; the mood should not be lively or lustful; we should stop and start signing waivers in order to have sex with someone.
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TBR says2015-07-16T21:26:47.4923657-05:00
A contract can't work. Rape can happen after initial consent. How about just NOT raping people?
Mister_Man says2015-07-16T22:04:20.9880454-05:00
LOL right? There are laws in place to stop people from raping others... This new thing attempting to be implemented on college campuses is ridiculous because it basically gives women the right to "decide later" that they were raped, and because no "consent forms" were filled out, there's nothing saying they weren't... It also completely reverses the logical way the law works now by changing "innocent until proven guilty" into "guilty until proven innocent." I don't think innocent people should be punished because someone made a claim that is next to impossible to be disproved.
Renegader says2015-07-17T00:23:45.9442895-05:00
I think this should only be implemented for people 100 meters from bill cosby

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