If You Take Your Condom Off During Sex and Keep Going You’re A Rapist

If you are sexually active and responsible, you are wearing a condom when you are getting some tail.

Even if you have come upon the rare, spinifex nanocellulose condom, which claims to be the thinnest in all of the galaxy, there is still nothing like that skin to skin friction.

You may recollect a few times where you were almost ready to bust a nut, but could not get there – maybe it was the liquor, or whatever.

Whether your intentions were hornily innocent, or nefarious evil, taking off your condom and proceeding to screw, or continuing after you KNOW the condom has broken, is considered rape.

So stop doing it now.

At this moment, legal pundits are pondering creating a new law which will turn your orgasmic bliss into hell in a cell with Bubba.

Taking off your condom and going back in raw dog makes you guilty of a growing, disturbing trend known as “stealthing.”

“Stealthing” is a new legal term coined by Alexandra Brodsky for the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law.

It is used to define the act of secretly taking off your condom and continuing to have unprotected sex, without your partner’s knowledge or permission.

According to Alexandra Brodsky, legal scholars have a hurdle in front of them over “stealthing.”

“Survivors experience real harms — emotional, financial, and physical — to which the law might provide remedy through compensation or simply an opportunity to be heard and validated.” – Alexandra Brodsky on “Stealthing”

So, while your partner may have given you permission to have protected sex, she (or he) may not have given you permission to go in the love tunnel without protection.

“Stealthing” has become such a problem with men, that lawmakers are considering it a crime.

“None of the victims of nonconsensual condom removal interviewed considered bringing legal action, and no record is available indicating that a United States court has ever been asked to consider condom removal,” Brodsky argued in a study on the trend.

Since the practice is not illegal, websites have popped up teaching men how to “stealth” effectively. And there is no doubt “stealthing” will only complicate the many sexual assaults that happen on college campuses.

Remember, 1 in 4 women will be raped during their four years at college, so lawmakers are scurrying to make plans to clamp down on the practice as soon as possible.

DC Rape Crisis Center executive director Indira Henard summed it up: “it is rape because there is no consent, and if there is no consent, then it is rape.”

Just remember, if your partner hasn’t given you permission to have unprotected sex, you are committing rape.

Just keep the condom on, avoid getting an STD and stay your ass out of jail.

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