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    Post Stealthing: California bans non-consensual condom removal

    California bans non-consensual condom removal..

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    Full disclosure: I have never heard of this. Back in the day, I could not imagine removing the condom and potentially making a baby. That would not have worked, would’ve jeopardized long-term plans and forced issues and potential diseases that nobody wanted to consider.

    About 30 years ago, just months after starting work as a prostitute, Maxine Doogan became pregnant. She had been with a new client at a massage parlour in Anchorage, Alaska, when she realised he had removed his condom surreptitiously during intercourse. Shocked, she ran to the bathroom. When she returned the client was gone. Doogan, then in her mid-twenties, went to a nearby health clinic for a round of tests for sexually transmitted infections and later gave a silent thanks for each negative result.
    Six weeks later, Doogan sought an abortion. It cost her around $300 (about 220 at today's conversion rate) and after the procedure she couldn't work for a month. What the client did was wrong. But as far as she knew it wasn't illegal.

    Last Thursday, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law a bipartisan bill that outlaws non-consensual condom removal, known as "stealthing". The new legislation adds the act to the state's civil definition of sexual battery, making California the first US state to render stealthing illegal.

    The law gives victims a clear legal remedy for the assault that Doogan, who now lives in San Francisco, suffered decades ago. And advocates say it marks a sea change for other survivors who, unlike Doogan, might now have their day in court. "We wanted to make sure that it's not only immoral, but illegal," said California Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia who introduced the bill.

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    I never heard of that. I have unknowingly bust a condom- I guess it was too small. That caused a month or two of anxiety.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    I never heard of that. I have unknowingly bust a condom- I guess it was too small. That caused a month or two of anxiety.

    OMG - remember those days...? All that was left was the rubber band at the end..? Talk about stroking out...
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    Last Thursday, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law a bipartisan bill that outlaws non-consensual condom removal, known as "stealthing". The new legislation adds the act to the state's civil definition of sexual battery, making California the first US state to render stealthing illegal.....snip~


    Another first for California.


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