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37% OF WOMEN SAID THAT IN THE WAKE OF #METOO, THEY NOW CONSIDER A PAST SEXUAL ENCOUNTER INAPPROPRIATE.

7% OF MEN SAID THE SAME.

Women and men often perceive consent differently, says Helen Wilson, PhD, a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at Stanford University. Sex can be nuanced, and what legitimately feels okay to one person, even in hindsight, could be traumatic for another. The

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