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04 Oct

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—Stephen , My girfriend speaks English and my English is not very strong.

-- 1.154 , 9 January 2012 (UTC) It is not rude or polite by itself.

“Their stories often start the same way,” Rebecca told Brodsky.

Their narratives highlight a kind of gender-based assault that is common, but hardly discussed outside of internet groups: purposefully removing condoms during sex without consent, or “stealthing.” A new article in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law delves into the act and how online groups are perpetuating and encouraging it, and argues that it violates a host of civil and criminal laws.

Alexandra Brodsky, a legal fellow at the National Women's Law Center and the study’s author, contends that stealthing transforms consensual sex into nonconsensual and is a “grave violation of dignity and autonomy.”Brodsky interviewed a number of victims for the article, mostly women, who said their partner deliberately removed their condom without telling them, or lied about doing so.

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