Kristen Jozkowski and I found that people perceive the going home with each other from a social setting as an indicator of sexual #consent.
Jennifer Piemonte and her team found that people in the US rated written erotica as similarly sexy disregarding whether the characters had used verbal or nonverbal cues to communicate their consent.
Kristen Mark and Laura Vowels found that sexual consent is ever-evolving for women in healthy relationships post-sexual trauma and could be explicit or implicit. Finding sexual agency after experiencing sexual trauma can be complicated.
Ellen Kaufman found that people who sexually interact with artiﬁcially intelligent sex robot technology may approach virtual consent negotiations as if they were a game.
Charlotta Holmström and her team found that young people in Sweden understood many nuances regarding sexual consent but found it difficult to challenge sexual norms. For example, saying “no” to somebody isn't easy after going home with them.
Kate Dawson and her team used vignettes to distinguish between consensual and nonconsensual pornography. They found that young adults in Ireland who more strongly endorsed the need to establish sexual consent were less tolerant of nonconsensual depictions.
Kayla Beare and Floretta Boonzaier found that women in South Africa discussed sexual consent as willingness that is distinct from desire. And identifying as a sexual minority can empower some women to more readily refuse unwanted sexual advances from men.
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