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College men and consent: How the wrong perception can lead to sexual misconduct

Maybe a man believes a woman wants to have sex. But does that mean she wants to have sex with him?

This is a question at the heart of recent research gauging how college men consider sexual consent. The study published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence examined what men think implies consent and in which scenarios they felt women

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