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Arousal is NOT consent

There is a misconception that if a person is aroused or turned on before, or during sexual activity, then they are comfortable with what is going on and want to have sex.

This is not true.

It is possible for a person to get wet, hard or even orgasm when they don’t want or like what is going on. Sex-related stimuli can cause the genitals to react this way even when the person doesn’t actually want to have sex.

Being aroused or turned on is not consent.

A person only consents to sex by using the word ‘yes’ and giving clear ‘yes messages’ with their body language. Click below to find out more: