Stories of explicit sexual violence are not every story. Believing that they are is what pushes otherwise well-meaning people to ask survivors what they were wearing, or to tell harassment victims that they must have been flirting, or to suggest that one cannot be raped by a significant other. But believing in consent — real, understood, and unquestionable consent — anesthetizes these impulses.
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