Opinion We Need To Teach Consent Skills To Youth Early
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Normative relationships are based on the assumption that individuals are capable of making decisions for themselves. When that individual is a minor or has diminished capacity, this may not be possible in all respects. Whether it’s a simple communication, a business deal or a sexual encounter, two people can part company with one believing there was mutual consent, the other believing there was no mutual consent. The frequency with which this happens indicates a societal confusion about just what consent really is. As confusing as this is for adults, it is at least as confusing for youth.
Pollack, Daniel and Sarah A. Casper. Opinion We Need To Teach Consent Skills To Youth Early. January 11, 2021. Youth Today. https://youthtoday.org/2021/01/we-need-to-teach-consent-skills-to-youth-early/
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