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It will explain and identify in different situations if something is considered sexual assault.

                 
PART A. ____________ Is one or both parties under the influence?
YES
Are both parties able to speak clearly and be conscious at all times?
YES
Are both parties able to be in control of their own body? Are they able to walk in a straight line without falling over?
YES
Go to Part B.
 

NO



NO


NO



PART B. ____________ Is one party resisting physically?
YES
You are committing sexual assault.
Is one party unconscious or asleep?
NO
The person(s) cannot consent unless they are conscious, are able to speak understandably, and are in control of their own body. This is dangerous territory. Do not act as that person may have not consented if they were sober.
 

NO




YES




Is one party resisting verbally? Are they saying no after each advance by the other party?
YES
You are committing sexual assault.
You are committing sexual assault. I can't believe I have to explain this one.
 
 

NO








Is one party saying yes and seems eager to partake?
YES
Is the party agreeing to all sexual acts?
YES
You most likely have the party's consent. Proceed.
 
 

NO


NO






You could be committing sexual assault. Stop.
If a party decides to not partake in any act and does not give consent, even if they did at the very beginning of such sexual acts, this is sexual assault.