She knew from the start that he wasn't ready for sex yet, and she agreed to that And it sounds like she changed her mind, like she ran out of patience . Then he let her grab at him and they engaged in consensual kissing--in response to her demand that he "put out" they set the consent boundary at "second base" by mutual agreement. But, after he whispered "goodnight", it sounds like she almost immediately went behind the consent boundary she and he had agreed to, got on top of him "good night" is registering the plan to go to sleep. Plans can change, and partners have the right to lobby for a change if they want to, held him down, covered his mouth Could be an act of "please dont say no", and forced him to penetrate her facts not in evidence, thus my question while he was clearly resisting and trying to get up was this the no before he indicated yes? We dont know--all of which she did while he was indicating non-consent facts not in evidence, .
There's no "confused consent" there and you know that I think there might be, but I dont have enough information to say. He was clear all along he didn't want to have sexual intercourse with her we dont know about all along, because in his story Travis jumps to the end. Why? , he had made that clear verbally, and when she forced it on him, he resisted--resistance is legally considered a behavioral "NO!". And I need to know if this was followed up by a yes
Lack of sex is bad for your health, yes
Masturbating to orgasm accomplishes the same result in that regard.
You understood me correctly, Oliver.
Thanks, but your point wasn't hard to get. Fairly common-sensical too.
Which is why Hawkeye didn't get it.