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Let's Talk Consent

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SDSU Health Promotion

on 11 July 2017

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Transcript of Let's Talk Consent

Obtaining Consent
Consent!
Consent!
“Yes means Yes” Bill
California Senate Bill 967 passed into law in 2015.
Requires all universities that receive financial aid to use a standard of “affirmative consent” in disciplinary hearings about sexual assault.
Responsibility of the person initiating sexual activity
Should be on-going and obtained for each new sex act
Can be revoked at
any time
Cannot be given when someone is intoxicated to the point of incapacitation
Alcohol impairment - not an excuse for not obtaining consent
Giving Consent
How can someone give consent?
Yes Means Yes = Verbal or Nonverbal
Intoxication to the Point of Incapacitation
There is a point to where someone has consumed too much alcohol or other drugs and can no longer give consent.
There is no recipe for how many drinks someone can have before they are incapacitated to the point of not being able to formulate thoughts or make decisions.
How do you know when someone is interested in you?
How do you know when someone wants to have sex with you?
How can someone ask for consent?
What is preferred?
CONSENT CAN BE A GOOD THING!
Alcohol & drugs effect people at different rates and in different ways.
BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY!
In a nutshell:
Shifts things from
“did anyone say no?”
to
“did everyone say yes?”
So what can we do with this information?
We need to create a Culture of Consent!
We need to make consent fun!
Stephanie Waits Galia, MPH, CHES
SDSUTalks.sdsu.edu
Health Promotion Department, SDSU
healthpromotion.sdsu.edu
healthpromotion@mail.sdsu.edu
Coercion
Sometimes people have sex when they didn't want to.
What is an example of coercion?
Someone feels like they can’t say no, or that they must say yes.

Someone into sex means that they feel threatened, intimidated, or are being manipulated in any way into having sex or even agreeing to having sex
Can be a sign of Dating Violence!
Student Health Services
University Police
619-594-1991
or
911
Health Promotion
Department
Counseling & Psychological Services
How to Help a Survivor
Listen
Believe
Connect with Resources and Support
https://as.sdsu.edu/itsonus/
Title IX
Deputy Coordinator
Coordinator
Sexual Assault Victim Advocate
Located in Calpulli
Confidential Resource
Part of Center for Community Solutions
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