7. Why is it sexy?  The practice of consent shows you care about the desires and the boundaries of each other. When consent is given freely, with no pressure, intimidation or fear – then it’s clear that both partners willingly, enthusiastically desire each other. And that’s sexy. Consent will naturally create a more caring, intimate, loving sex life. Sex with consent is sexy. Sex without consent is rape. Respect yourself. Respect your partner.

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  1. Steph says:

    A “No” isn’t sexy. You shouldn’t get turned on when someone says no…that’s the exact opposite of what “no” is supposed to do. Accepting a no isn’t sexy either. Accepting a no is vital. If someone says no and you accept that, they aren’t going to want to jump your bones. They said no, and no means no. Sexy means sexually arousing or exciting. Consent is not sexy. It’s vital.

  2. Stephanie says:

    A “No” is sexy – it’s about respect. It could be bad timing, it could be about beliefs. It could be that the person asking for consent is Way Ahead (of the person being asked) and needs that intimate talk of, “Hey, I could be all into you, but Rushing Things is not helping us.” Breathe, and rewind to where you are both comfortable.
    Accepting a No, honorably, is very sexy.

  3. Ingrid says:

    It’s sexier to be asked than not to be asked. And isn’t it sexier to have someone say No, than to be angrily pushed away because you assumed too much?

  4. Mike says:

    But consent is also about No – and that’s definitely not sexy.

  5. Jeffrey says:

    It’s true – the end of uncertainty and confusion is what’s sexy! When you really know that she wants you, because she just said Yes – that’s what makes consent sexy.

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