Are there any laws against a man cumming in you without your consent?

If there isn't, there should be!
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  • It depends on the countries' legislation. That would fall under consent vs withdrawing consent.
    In the case of Julian Assange v. Swedish Prosecution Authority [2011] EWHC 2849 (Admin) (02 November 2011), Assange was accused of removing having sex without a condom with his partner who said she would only have sex if a condom was used. Whether her consent was withdrawn solely because of his lack of using condom is unknown, but in Sweden, it is a crime to continue having sex after your partner withdraws their consent.
    I'm the United states, not so much. In
    2010 South Carolina, a withdrawal of consent still counted as consentual. Charges were dropped because the 1979 North Carolina Supreme Court ruling of State v. Way states that if intercourse begins consensually, “no rape has occurred though the victim later withdraws consent during the same act of intercourse.”
    It may have changed since then. It may also depend in the particular state. I don't know.

    • Yeah, I was thinking of Assange here actually

    • Wow, cool.

    • Yeah, you're a mind reader :)

  • If you’re having sex without protection then no absolutely not. Keep in mind Cumming is not exactly a conscious choice. Essentially both parties have to recognize that orgasm might happen at any time.

    If you consent to sex with a condom and they remove it without you realizing there might be a case for assault.

    • My point exactly

    • Secretly removing a condom it sexual assault in my opinion

    • @stuntbrain Right I see that you thought I meant pulling out. This is not what I meant but still I'm pretty sure men know when they are close, can pull out and wank if a girl said no. I still wouldn't think this could be a legal case.

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  • It’s a horrid new trend among dudes where they take off the condom midway and cum inside the woman. It is a practice known as stealthing. It should be illegal but currently is not. However, in the US, there are lawmakers making moves to have it classified under Rape laws, so it could become illegal in the near future.

    • its a trend which raising!

    • Thank you. Best answer for sure! I had no idea.

  • If you are sleeping with random men and are not having sex with partner that respects you and is commited to you -I have no sympathy. If you wanna sleep with the fuckboys then you gotta deal withe consequences. A decent guy who loves you and is your partner won't be doing such things.

    • I don't sleep around at all. It is possible to be concerned about issues unrelated to me... crazy right?

    • I didn't say YOU sleep around. I am answering a question.

    • Alright sorry, I'm drunk therefore will remove the thumbs down and give you the benefit of the doubt since you are likely sober. I still think a guy removing his condom and getting you pregnant because of selfish lust should be prosecuted.

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  • No it's not illegal, but immoral if anything. If that's an issue for you, you should pick a partner you can actually trust. I get the whole casual sex hookup stuff that's "normal" now but you should really put more thought into who you sleep with.

    • It's not an issue for me at all. Just worried for other women.

    • I don't sleep around at all. I hate porn too... I hate sluts.

    • You have a lot of hate, you should work on that.

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  • Erm, are you saying that you let a man inside you without protection and yet it's the cumming part that you are worried about? If he is inside you without consent it's rape. If you consent to him being inside you without protection then you willingly put yourself at the risk of pregnancy, thus your own negligence would somewhat negate your right to object to him ejaculating and would likely be deemed an unreasonable expectation based on the fact that a guy cannot always control when that might happen. You'd get nowhere in court.

    • No, I'm not saying that at all.

    • If a man removes the condom without your consent and ejaculates inside you then I would agree that this should be considered a form of rape, but proving it would obviously be difficult.

  • If you consent to sex, you should accept the risks that go with it. I don’t think it classifies as rape.

    • So if you want him to wear a condom and he takes it off halfway, without you even knowing and cums in you... resulting in pregnancy you are good with that?

    • I’m pretty sure I would notice if he took the condom off. Also, I’m on the pill to avoid pregnancy. And why would a guy do that anyway? It’s not like a random dude I don’t know would want me to have his kid, and my boyfriend wouldn’t ever do that.

    • That's rape from a certain point of view if he removes the condom with out permission

  • If either party changes the terms of sex especially when it comes to wearing a condom then it's rape.

    • legally?

    • You hook up with a guy and you ask him to wear a condom and he refuses or removes the condom during sex. That's rape.

    • someone said its not illegal

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  • are you saying you allow him to have sex with you without a condom on but you dont allow him to cum in you? because that is in no way rape

    • with*

    • so you gave him consent to have protected sex, but he ended up going in without anything? yah thats rape

    • Not me *sigh*

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  • If you consent to sex and then don't take that consent back during sex, he did nothing wrong.

    • I wrote without your consent.

    • But then I don't understand what you mean exactly. Sex without consent is rape.

    • So say someone is getting it on... and she says wear a condom and he doesn't... or he removes it halfway and cums in her. That's what I mean.

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  • Men can't get away with anything, nowdays. So, yeah.. you could like... get money out of him for this.

    Like... If you give a guy persmission to sleep with you, and say he cam cum in you. Even if you change your mind half way through, or after - The court would still be in your favour. So it's win-win for you. You can do whatever you want.

    • Proof is in the pudding. Show me where this happened legally and I won't consider you an idiot.

    • I've heard of it happening. So it exists. Just look at the news. This is a well known, common thing that happens now. I blame men for these things, not women. Us men have allowed this power shift to happen. We've been too nice, too soft. And look what's happening or already has happened.

    • Lol I know you don't even really believe your own crap

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  • Choose men more wisely and get them to wear a condom or you should wear a dam. Discuss it before hand and explain that you don't want them to cum inside you. I think mot saying anything and having condomless sex sort of implies its acceptable.
    Sex is going to be ruined if every single aspect of it requires consent. Id refer you to New Girl, specifically the episode where Jess tells her virginity story.

    • This never happened to me but I think it is so wrong if a guy removes a condom. I think he should be put in prison.

    • Sure, i'd agree with you in that situation. If a couple are having sex and a guy removes the condom without the woman knowing and it's done with the intention of cumming inside her, clearly against her wishes, then yes, there should be consequences are there are many risks involved in that scenario. My understanding of your question was that when a couple are having sex without a condom and the man cums in the woman without explicit consent that that was the issue.

    • I'm not sure why you would assume that but ok.

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  • Seriously?

    You mean you have penis-vagina sex without condom but expect the guy not to cum inside you?

    If you allowdon't penis penetration, not only is pulling out before ejaculation not always successful, it's an un-natural element of sexual intercourse

    I just can't imagine why you would rely on the law to protect you if you don't want your sexual partner's cum inside you, surely it's up to you to make sure he uses a condom? If he won't, then don't let him have penis-vagina sex with you !!

    • *If you do allow...

    • 1. I'm not talking about myself 2. I never said with a condom

    • without*

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  • Ummm... yea...
    It’s called “Rape”

    • A women can consent to sex but then midway a guy could take off the condom without her noticing. Not rocket science.

    • no. he's right. it's rape. she didn't consent to the removal of the condom.

    • @Astraea She would physically feel the difference though, a condom vs no condom. So even if she didn't see him take it off, she would feel it right?

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  • No and there shouldn't be ad condoms can break and some guys can finish before they pull out if u are so concerned about ensure they do wear protection

  • It probably is illegal. Consent to protected sex is not consent for unprotected sex. Getting a prosecuting attorney to press charges is something else. It's possible that a victim could pursue civil damages but some physical evidence would be required showing that unprotected sex occurred without consent.

    I am NOT a lawyer.

    • Hmmm... yeah I can see how that would be difficult to prove. Maybe women should start carrying contracts with terms before sex. :) Not very but smart.

    • very sexy*

    • But if you mean that you consented to sex without a condom and he promised that he would withdraw before climax but didn't, then no, that's not illegal, that's the normal risk of sex without a condom. Don't do that unless you are using contraception or want to become pregnant. There's a word for couples that rely on coitus interruptus as their only method of birth control We call them parents.

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  • Once you have consented to intercourse, you have to accept the potential of different outcomes. Intercourse can include ejaculation and restricting that outcome is not reasonable. Even mandatory condom use cannot be proven or disproven. Once you consent, you have given up control. The time to choose is before you "screws".

    • How amazingly backward and frightening.

    • Backward & frightening? Seems like you need to set up a list of rules to get your sexual partners to read and sign before they make love with you. Rape, non-consensual sex & violent sex are backwards & frightening ! But how can consensual sexual intercourse where your sexual partner cums inside you (because YOU haven't ensured he uses a condom) be considered backwards & frightening ?

    • @pierre7i Lets see now. I'm so hard I can barely hold back and she hands me a clipboard with her "agreement" spelled out. Oh yes. She calls her friend in from the next room to witness my signature. Ain't modern sex grand?

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  • If you consent to unprotected sex then you imply consent for the guy to cum inside you because he may not be able to control the ejaculation.

    If a woman doesn't want a man to cum inside her she should insist that he wears a condom

    • Guys remove them or just force themselves on women without one.

  • Just do society a favor and don't have sex with men...

    • Seriously? With a response like that I hope you are never near any of the women in my life (or any women in general).

    • @matchrestore Ill give him the benefit of doubt and assume he misunderstood the question. She's talking about stealthing.

  • If you don't want to take the chance they don't have sex with the man enough said there's no laws

    • So you are about to have sex, she says wear a condom, you don't and cum in her, you think that's ok?

    • No it's not ok. But you don't have to let him do it either

    • Wow you're quick to Down vote people. You Also called the people that run the site evil in your other thread

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  • Like the sex was consensual but him cumming in u wasn’t?

    • Exactly

    • Well I think that should be illegal for sure but it should also be illegal for women to lie if they are on the pill or say they can’t get pregnant

    • Yeah, I agree... that is just wrong.

  • *puts on lawyer hat*
    The eventuality of ejaculation is an expected result and therefore has been accepted by both parties engaged in coitus.
    *removes hat*

    That's kinda gross tbh

    • Lmao! Thank you for that. :)

    • That's awesome reply :D

    • @Xing92 except he fails to acknowledge the act of deception. :) I love him anyway.

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  • Consenting to sex without a condom kinda consents to the results of that sexual encounter. If you don't want him to cum inside you, have him wear a condom or don't consent to sex.

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