Supreme Court of Canada Rules not wearing condom against partner’s wishes could lead to sexual assault conviction
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled on July 29, 2022 that not wearing or removing a condom against a partner’s wishes (a practice commonly referred to as “stealthing”) could lead to a sexual assault conviction. This will set a new precedent on sexual assault and consent.
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