Issue 41 | December 2016
For decades, the message "no means no" was an attempt to prevent sexual assault. But the problem continues to grow. Every two minutes, someone in the US becomes a victim of sexual assault. The number of cases where consent comes into question is alarmingly high. If the outcome of the highly publicized Stanford case taught us anything, it's that what means no is the issue we face today. However, the legal definitions of consent in the state-by-state laws show that there is a very defined line between right and wrong.