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Baratheon and Toby Sebastian as Trystane Martell Macall B Polay—HBO Nell Tiger Free as Myrcella Baratheon Macall B Polay—HBO 1 of 25 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] #MeToo allegation against Aziz Ansari is sparking a broader conversation about whether the definition of consent for sexual encounters should change bringing renewed attention to “affirmative consent” the idea that both partners need to consciously and voluntarily agree to participate in any type of sexual act Over the weekend the online publication Babenet published an account from an anonymous woman titled: “I went on a date with Aziz Ansari It turned into the worst night of my life” The woman who is referred to in the story by the pseudonym Grace said she met Ansari at a 2017 Emmys after party where they exchanged numbers After about a week of texting they agreed to go out on a date After the date the woman said that she went back to his apartment where the comedian began to kiss her and then removed her clothes before undressing himself According to the story the woman “remembers feeling uncomfortable at how quickly things escalated” According to the story when Ansari went to grab a condom Grace said “something like ‘Whoa let’s relax for a sec let’s chill’” She said Ansari continued to kiss her performed oral sex on her and then asked her to perform oral sex on him which she said she briefly did The woman according to the story used “verbal and non-verbal cues to indicate how uncomfortable and distressed she was” throughout the evening After Ansari asked her to have sex in front of a mirror Grace said no according to the story She said Ansari then said: “How about we just chill but this time with our clothes on” After Ansari texted her after the date to say he had a good time Grace said she responded that she was uncomfortable and told Ansari he “ignored clear non-verbal cues; you kept going with advances” Ansari apologized telling her: “I’m so sad to hear this All I can say is it would never be my intention to make you or anyone feel the way you described Clearly I missed things in the moment and I’m truly sorry” This is the text Grace* sent Aziz Ansari after their date which left her feeling "violated" She tells Ansari how uncomfortable he made her feel saying "you ignored clear non-verbal cues" and "kept going with advances" Read the full story on https://tco/FyMMG6uO1j pictwittercom/lPOvW6tFTr babe (@babedotnet) January 14 2018 Ansari in a statement released on Sunday confirmed parts of the woman’s story but said that the encounter was “by all indications completely consensual” “It was true that everything did seem okay to me so when I heard that it was not the case for her I was surprised and concerned" Ansari said "I took her words to heart and responded privately after taking the time to process what she had said" The article sparked a slew of responses on social media and in other publications about how both parties should have handled the situation In the New York Times Bari Weiss wrote that the woman should have been more verbal writing “if he pressures you to do something you dont want to do use a four-letter word stand up on your two legs and walk out his door” HLN’s Ashleigh Banfield addressed the woman in an open letter saying: “if you just had an unpleasant sexual experience you should have gone home" But others said that the story is an example of the need to discuss uncomfortable sexual interactions that can’t easily be categorized as sexual misconduct Feminist writer Jessica Valenti tweeted: “Why are so many people asking why this woman didn’t leave & so few asking why he didn’t stop” Emma Gray wrote in HuffPost: “Behavior need not fall under the legal definition of sexual assault or rape to be wrong or violating or upsetting… We step into interactions sexual or otherwise with different ideas of what constitutes a violation” “I’m seeing a lot of straight cis women identify with Grace’s story and I’m seeing a lot of straight cis men identify a lot with Aziz Ansari’s story There’s a clear dichotomy” says Jess Davidson the managing director of survivor advocacy organization End Rape on Campus “This is a great opportunity to have a national conversation about sexual respect and what it means to not just center your own needs and comfort in an interaction but how to ask questions and go about sexual consent in a way that’s truly respectful of your partner” Others on social media agreed that affirmative consent should be discussed more in the wake of the Ansari accusation: This is why "yes means yes" models of consent are so necessary – but also why they scare some people The idea that partners should always be enthusiastic participants goes against everything we’ve been taught about sex Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) January 14 2018 Here’s one take away from the Aziz thing: We all get down immediately with enthusiastic affirmative consent for all sexual and even non-sexual touching I’m married and I still ask ㊍3;Lizzy Acker ㊍6; (@lizzzyacker) January 16 2018 Yes boundaries can be hard to suss out but thats why feminists stress affirmative vocal consent If youre not sure whether someone is into it YOU CAN ASK THEM You just have to believe what they say Thats not what happened here Sady Doyle (@sadydoyle) January 14 2018 It’s a story of a powerful man putting pressure on a woman to perform sexually This is a way that rape culture manifests It’s a model of why we need to work towards affirmative consent David M Perry (@Lollardfish) January 15 2018 Here’s a primer on affirmative consent is and why it’s controversial What is affirmative consent Affirmative consent also known as “yes means yes” is defined as “a knowing voluntary and mutual decision among all participants to engage in sexual activity” according to the State University of New York one of a growing group of schools that requires students to use affirmative consent in their sexual encounters Affirmative consent goes a step further than “no means no” the idea that consent is withdrawn when an individual clearly says “no” during an encounter Affirmative consent stipulates that partners must explicitly agree to engage in sex consent can be withdrawn at any time during an encounter and “silence or lack of resistance” does not imply consent according to SUNY’s definition which is consistent with other definitions It also says that a person cannot consent while intoxicated and that partners must consent every time a sexual encounter occurs regardless of whether they’ve consented to a particular type of behavior in the past What is enthusiastic consent Enthusiastic consent often comes up in discussions of “yes means yes” consent models According to Ebony Tucker the advocacy director at the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence enthusiastic consent is slightly different than affirmative consent It’s focused on making sure your partner is not only OK with what’s going on but actively enjoying it “Enthusiastic consent is more about paying attention to the person youre having sex with and making sure that theyre enjoying whats happening” Tucker said “If you dont have enthusiastic consent it could be that youre ignoring what your partner is conveying verbally or nonverbally because you want to engage in activity Youre not considering what the person is conveying because youre not interested in having an experience with another person youre interested in yourself” In a Jan 14 blog post The Good Place actor Jameela Jamil wrote about the importance of enthusiastic consent in the wake of the Ansari story “CONSENT SHOULDNT BE THE GOLD STANDARD That should be the basic foundation” she wrote “Built upon that foundation should be fun mutual passion equal arousal interest and enthusiasm" What’s the difference between affirmative consent and the legal definition of consent Every state has a different definition for consent Some states like Florida Illinois and California have definitions of consent that align with affirmative consent according to RAINN’s state law database But other definitions vary: Alabama defines consent as an “acquiescence or compliance with the proposition of another” while Nevada’s laws say a lack of consent results from “force threat of force or physical or mental incapacity of the victim” Other states like Missouri Michigan Idaho and Louisiana don’t specifically define consent The conversation around affirmative consent has largely been focused on college campuses as part of the debate about how colleges and universities handle sexual assault complaints Several colleges and universities including Yale University of Minnesota Stanford and Indiana University have made affirmative consent a requirement on their campuses Under President Barack Obama the White House’s Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault recommended that universities and colleges should sexual misconduct policies to define consent as a “voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity” echoing the definition of affirmative consent In 2014 California became the first state to pass legislation that requires colleges to use affirmative consent as the standard in campus sexual assault adjudication processes New York Illinois and Connecticut followed suit while other states have proposed similar legislation None of these state laws do not include “enthusiastic consent” in their definitions of affirmative consent What are the arguments for affirmative consent Proponents of affirmative consent say it is important for situations where people might not be able to say no like when there’s a threat of violence or a power imbalance Proponents say affirmative consent also covers situations where a person might freeze up in the moment of a sexual encounter which can be a common response to sexual trauma “Affirmative consent makes it so you’re 100% certain how your partner feels You’re not making assumptions based on physical signals You’re not relying on previous behavior to determine how you think they feel right now ” Davidson said “You’re asking them a direct question: ‘Is this OK’” In an interview with the Washington Post in September 2017 Vanessa Grigoriadis the author of 2017’s Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex Power and Consent on Campus said affirmative consent policies can help change the culture around sex by re-educating men and women about what consent should look like “‘No means no’ doesnt work Clearly we need new standards” she said “There are a lot of other guys who are schooled in Americas weird gender norms and theyre just not paying attention to what the woman wants because they dont care if the woman is having a good time they just want to have sex We can fix that” Supporters like former Vice President Joe Biden also say that affirmative consent gets rid of any confusion that might arise from nonverbal cues so both partners are on the same page about what is about to transpire “It takes away all of the assumptions and how people read those assumptions is a key part that’s being debated in this Aziz Ansari story” Davidson said “Doesn’t everyone want certainty that the person you’re about to engage in a sexual act with is excited about doing the same thing” What are the arguments against affirmative consent Critics say affirmative consent when coded in laws and policies makes it difficult for people accused of sexual assault to get due process because it could broaden the definition of sexual assault to include any form of sexual contact that wasn’t explicitly approved with affirmative consent KC Johnson and Stuart Taylor Jr," said Pascal."It was nice to get a good game under my belt.
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