Should Universities and Colleges Mandate Sexual Behavior?

@article{Humphreys2003ShouldUA,
  title={Should Universities and Colleges Mandate Sexual Behavior?},
  author={Terry P Humphreys and E. Herold},
  journal={Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality},
  year={2003},
  volume={15},
  pages={35 - 51}
}
Abstract This study at a Canadian university explored students' beliefs about sexual consent policy and sexual consent negotiations. One of the most publicized policies regarding sexual consent was developed by Antioch College in Ohio. Antioch's policy is controversial because it prescribes how sexual consent should be negotiated, including verbal consent at every step of a sexual encounter. There were two parts to this study. Part 1 obtained attitudes regarding this policy using focus group… Expand
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