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Talking about the sex consent talks and workshops at Cambridge University

Sex should not be merely a question of whether a person innocently says yes or no but more of a societal thing. Let's be honest, who really cares about some bimbo's opinion, or even some highly-educated British man's opinion. Rape is about politics. I think it is ridiculous to assume someone would care about whether you consented. Rather other people's opinion is what seems to count. I think consent is when a woman abuses you. If a woman calls you “gay” or “a virgin” that should count as consent to sex as it is “incitement to sexual intercourse”. If someone treats you properly and says no to sex and can give a rational enough explanation for the decision that might stand up in court?

It's probably safe to assume that someone isn't interested [in sex] if you haven't already had sex with that someone and they enjoyed it.

Modern Manners and Social Etiquette

Now that rape has become an established social crime - we are all sinners - and the concept of criminal harassment and malicious communication are becoming increasingly powerful considerations on the internet and in our daily lives, I seek to establish a modern code of behaviour that is fit for purpose.

I would like to suggest some comments that have now become socially more acceptable ways of complaining about people of the opposite sex. Whereas in the past these comments may have been ways of vouching for a lady's respectability, in the modern world quite often it would make a woman seem like a creep or a harasser and quite disrespected and antisocial. It is right to give women the chance. Obviously there are miscreants who do not participate in society, for example they drop out of a bad school and behave badly, who would create the opposite effect if they made these comments:

"She did not even give me a blowjob"
"She did not even offer me sex"
"She wo…