Can BDSM teach us what we’re missing on consent and bodily autonomy?

In the past several years discussion has arisen regarding the confusion surrounding consent. Books such as Asking For It and Missoula detail how our culture is quick to blame victims of sexual assault, going so far as to claim they weren’t clear enough as to whether or not they’d consented to sex. The excuse that the perpetrator just “didn’t know” is all too common in…

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Queer|Pronouns he/they. Owner of Illuminatus Design. Degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies (GSWS, Psychology, English) & Theology (M:Div)

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Queer|Pronouns he/they. Owner of Illuminatus Design. Degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies (GSWS, Psychology, English) & Theology (M:Div)

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