Ring of Fire: Outdated N.C. Law Which Says One Cannot Withdraw Consent During Sex Being Challenged

Ring of Fire: Outdated N.C. Law Which Says One Cannot Withdraw Consent During Sex Being Challenged

According to an outdated set of laws in North Carolina, a man or woman cannot legally claim to have been raped, if, at any point, they consented to sex with their partner.

This backwards law has had a detrimental effect on more than one legitimate rape case, allowing perpetrators of violent, violating crimes to escape punishment on a confusing technicality.

Thanks to current laws in the state, if a person initially granted consent for a sexual act, that consent cannot be revoked, in the eyes of the law, for the remainder of the act. Simply, by consenting at one moment, a participant is then trapped in the intercourse with no recourse.

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