In California, natch,
A newly amended bill from a California lawmaker would require college students to stop in the heat of passion and establish verbal or written consent before having sex anywhere on campus, reports L.A. Weekly.
SB 967, amended last week by state Sen. Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles), would mandate that college students obtain “an affirmative, unambiguous, and conscious decision by each participant to engage in mutually agreed-upon sexual activity.”
It’s not necessarily a bad idea for a young college horndog to get signed consent before banging college women who’ve been raised on a steady diet of “feminist empowerment” since grade school. Especially, now that rape has redefined to include, “Woman consents to have sex with a guy and then changes her mind days or weeks later, files a sexual assault complaint and destroys his life.”
A really smart one will get it notarized.
Update: I thought that name was familiar. Kevin de Leon is the same genius progressive hairpiece that a few months ago warned about dangerous assault weapons that fire “30 magazine clips in half a second.” And they should be outlawed, of course.