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From FIRE:

New York’s Affirmative Consent Law Affirmatively Confuses Students (VIDEO)

In an effort to address sexual assault on college campuses, New York became the second state to pass an affirmative consent—or “yes means yes”—law this summer, putting college students at risk of punishment if they cannot demonstrate that they received “clear permission” to engage in “sexual activity.” But how many students know about the new law they’re required to follow? What kinds of actions constitute sexual activity? And how exactly can they demonstrate or get consent?

FIRE’s Shelby Emmett went looking for answers from students at New York University in New York City. What she found, though, were more questions.