Impaired Consent and Rape
A person impaired by alcohol or drugs is necessarily incapable of fully and freely consenting, and the mere absence of objection (i.e., silence) doesn’t mean consent has been given. Only “Yes” means “Yes.”
Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life published the following articles on January 13th, 2015.
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