If we're assuming women are to weak willed or stupid to even say "no" to something they don't want to do, why don't we go full 15th century and require permission from her male relatives and a marriage? -Ann Althouse
The article names a particular teenage boy asking a question — “What does that mean — you have to say ‘yes’ every 10 minutes?”... “Pretty much.... It’s not a timing thing, but whoever initiates things to another level has to ask.”
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A mandatory online course at the University of Southern California (USC) asks students to disclose the number of sexual encounters they have had over the past three months and teaches students to ask for consent by saying “how far would you be comfortable going?” and “would you like to try this with me?”
“This course is mandatory, and you must complete it by February 9, 2016. If you do not complete the training by this date you will receive a registration hold until the training is complete,” the email stated.
High school students being taught the new "yes means yes" consent policies are asking better questions than the people who wrote the law....
The woman responsible for teaching these students, Shafia Zaloom, responded: "Pretty much," adding, "It's not a timing thing, but whoever initiates things to another level has to ask."...
They crossed off a list of options: 'Can I touch you there?' Too clinical. 'Do you want to do this?' Too tentative. 'Do you like that?' Not direct enough," the New York Times reported.
One doubts that the members of Congress who drafted Title IX intended to produce what Harvard Law School professors Jacob Gersen and Jeannie Suk have called ”bureaucratic sex creep,” in which colleges — allegedly to ensure compliance with Title IX’s non-discrimination mandate — micromanage the sex lives of students, and subject them to Orwellian levels of surveillance, investigation and supervision. -Glenn Reynolds