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California Liberals Eagerly Welcome Government into Their Bedrooms

California Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown signed into law a bill requiring explicit state-approved consent before college students can have sex with each other.

Under this standard, a sex act can only be presumed as consensual if both participants have explicitly consented. Even if no overt objections are raised at the time, if no explicit consent is obtained a sexual encounter may be defined as rape.

Henceforth, male students within California’s system of higher ed are advised to make their partners sign consent forms before each and every sexual activity; thus to please the misandrist puritans of the modern left.

So much for the fine art of seduction. That a woman should not immediately agree to a man’s sexual overtures has been quite customary throughout history; seduction has been a key ingredient in the sexual cocktail.  No more, though. If a woman doesn’t immediately consent, I suppose the man is supposed to just walk away and never breach the subject again. Leave it to the left to turn sex into a bureaucratically-managed activity subject to strict oversight by the state… like everything else.

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  1. Even a consent form may not work since a person can change their mind about having sex at any point. About the only way to have real protection from a false accusation (or a real one) is to sign a consent form for each step. Of course that would suck all the fun out of having sex.

    Liberals and their rape culture drum are doing far more for abstinence than any abstinence only program ever could.

    Comment by Just Me — September 30, 2014 @ 8:13 am - September 30, 2014

  2. No puns allowed “Just intended”. Liberals believe they can remake the world so it follows their fantasies.

    Comment by pacific_waters — September 30, 2014 @ 8:41 am - September 30, 2014

  3. College guys can now masturbate and let women use dildos to get pleasure.

    Comment by davinci — September 30, 2014 @ 9:40 am - September 30, 2014

  4. The CA law is horrifying, among other reasons, because it is so stupid. It doesn’t begin to solve the whole “He said, she said” problem. But it does raise the stakes for the accused, creating a presumption of guilt. Which will mean, State universities violating the accused’s right of “innocent until proven guilty” and getting entangled in even more lawsuits.

    Hmm, I wonder if it is really meant to create work for lawyers? (Which is the practical outcome of so much Democrat law-making.)

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — September 30, 2014 @ 10:00 am - September 30, 2014

  5. Maybe I come from such a different perspective that it’s hard for me to relate to the mentality, but I can’t help thinking that this is simply about control. To keep pushing the limits of what people will accept regarding government interference in their personal lives to keep us gradually moving toward full totalitarianism.

    Comment by Phil Wilson — September 30, 2014 @ 10:37 am - September 30, 2014

  6. It’s unenforceable. I would imagine, that it’ll be widely panned by even the liberals living in the otherworld known as California.

    Comment by Marc Winger — September 30, 2014 @ 11:38 am - September 30, 2014

  7. Social liberalism is beginning to take on the mantle of state intrusion usually found among the Imams and Puritans of yore. When the village takes on the role of raising the child, the village must go in loco parentis and it soon enough shows its intolerant side.

    The state commands that both or all participants explicitly consent to the sex act, each and every variation consented to explicitly and separately in order for some one or all to avoid being an aggressor and rapist.

    Cotton Mather could look in on this anti-hedonism with great approval. The party of first part and the party of the second part must soberly assess and approve consecutively as each button is popped open. Before she grabs Mr. Happy, he must give his assent.

    Meanwhile, in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, for 36 hours the police locked up a 17 year old for smoking an e cigarette. The mission statement of the Village of Pewaukee proudly announces its “progressive and ethical” leadership. This is Mayberry gone mad and giving Barney Fife a second bullet.

    The totalitarianism of dedicated intolerance for that with does not fit the nuance and panache of progressivism is palpable. What, pray tell, does California think it is doing getting into the state deciding what constitutes consensual sex in the mating game? It can only be done by making perfume and eye liner a form of rape.

    Meanwhile, an abortion chosen by a 15 year old is an “adult” decision and can be kept from parents who might opposes what their daughter is doing in cleaning our her womb. But when the daughter goes to college and get to nearing first base with her mate of the moment, she and he must draw up contracts. Maybe Hillary and her village should just take all of the children at the age of three and raise them under carefully socially engineered umbrellas of bulletproof Utopianism.

    Comment by Heliotrope — September 30, 2014 @ 12:46 pm - September 30, 2014

  8. The humorously ironic point to all of this is that this is the same Victorian, puritanical, women as frail flowers ideas that rebels like Jerry Brown protested against back in the 1960’/70’s. Do as I say, not as I do.

    Comment by Juan — September 30, 2014 @ 12:46 pm - September 30, 2014

  9. This will suffocate the hooking up culture of college campuses. I “thank” the academic libertines for restricting the sexual choices of our female co-eds to its logical conclusion. With consensual sex laws, who needs abortion, contraceptives, and alcohol? People will just have to study and marry. Back to the future.

    Comment by HimboJ — September 30, 2014 @ 1:04 pm - September 30, 2014

  10. The unintended consequences of all this “social-engineering” is that more and more drunk and frisky frat boys are going to intentionally go GAY or bi-curious….it’s just legally-safer.

    The new campus-trend will be hetero-celibacy and LOTS more gay sex.
    Just saying…

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — September 30, 2014 @ 2:18 pm - September 30, 2014

  11. New Orleans is so liberal they plan to charge $10 a month for them to watch home video cameras.
    http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/News/163867-2014-09-30-police-urge-residents-to-outfit-homes-with-police-run-surveillance.htm

    “St. Bernard Sheriff Jimm Pohlmann told CBS affiliate WAFB, adding that access to cameras on private property would eliminate the need for police to visit homes in person. “

    Comment by Steve — September 30, 2014 @ 3:11 pm - September 30, 2014

  12. @ Ted B.: My thoughts exactly. Guys who are not homosexually oriented will partake in same-sex activities when there are no women around- look at prison and, to a lesser extent, military environments. In a climate where sex with women is legally hazardous and sex with men carries no legal ramifications, college men may turn to each other for sexual satisfaction.

    Coincidentally, the feminists are pushing society towards the set-up in Classical Gaul and Macedonia, where wives were simply heir-generators, and a man’s real love was for his best friend. If the feminists complain about how hard it is to find a man now…

    Comment by Sean L — September 30, 2014 @ 4:43 pm - September 30, 2014

  13. I see a business opportunity here: on-call notaries (24/7) to notarize the coitus contract.

    And we figured that Sheldon and Amy’s relationship agreement was just a gag.

    Comment by KCRob (SoCalRobert) — September 30, 2014 @ 6:22 pm - September 30, 2014

  14. I’m amazed that no one thinks that guys could just as easily claim the woman didn’t get full assent. And why is everyone assuming the sex is only between male and female? Why doesn’t this law apply to male/male and female/female or more?

    Comment by Louise B — September 30, 2014 @ 7:46 pm - September 30, 2014

  15. There are a lot of disgruntled commenters about this new law over at The Chronicle of Higher Education of all places. So what do the Chronicle’s readers on Facebook want? Well, more censorship, of course. Check out the comments about the comments on the Chronicle’s Facebook page: “I’ve actually found that it’s very typical of their commenters, though. The Chronicle is not a safe space for many readers. And they do nothing about complaints.” And “Seriously, Chronicle of Higher Education. You must moderate your comments. They are full of hate speech. This reflects on you, no question.”

    Comment by Kurt — October 1, 2014 @ 2:20 am - October 1, 2014

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