He took the condom off

Help Us Keep Reporting. Donate to Detroit Metro Times. I'm a year-old single, straight female who recently started dating a year-old man in a somewhat exclusive, long-distance relationship. We have known each other for a short time, but have clocked hours upon hours on the phone. I have specifically stated many times I don't want kids of my own he does , am extremely safety conscious only when I see someone's STI results and know we're percent monogamous will I go "bareback" , and am against hormonal contraception.
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I Consented to Sex, But Not Without a Condom—He Took it Off Anyway - Coveteur

Sometimes, giving something a name helps us shine a spotlight on it. The term "stealthing" — where someone secretly removes the condom they're wearing during sex — isn't widely used, but you probably know someone who's experienced it: an Australian study found that 18 percent of women and 4 percent of men had been victims, with only 1 percent of that sample reporting it to the police. While not technically illegal in the vast majority of the world, it is a form of sexual assault — the perpetrator is forcing something on the victim that they didn't consent to — and courts have convicted "stealthers" in Switzerland , Germany and the UK , while Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was famously accused of committing the crime in Sweden the case was dropped in late The consequences of stealthing can be physical — like STDs or unwanted pregnancy — but also psychological, with many reporting feelings of shame and guilt. I spoke to six people affected by stealthing — with some saying it took giving the act a name for them to properly recognise what had happened. When I was 20, I had sex with a guy I knew from my hometown.
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'He Secretly Took the Condom Off' – People Talk About the Times They Were 'Stealthed'

First, we want to reassure you that this IS a big deal. Your emotions are completely valid, no matter what your boyfriend or anyone else says. You two agreed to have sex with condoms. You did NOT agree to have sex without condoms.
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Non-consensual condom removal , or " stealthing ", is the practice of a man covertly removing or damaging a condom during sexual intercourse , when his sex partner has only consented to condom-protected sex. In an article about stealthing published in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law , [2] [4] [5] [6] Alexandra Brodsky described victims' experiences, legal implications, and legal avenues to address stealthing. Brodsky described how the practice of stealthing is discussed, described, and advocated for on various websites and forums. To prevent this, it is important that male partners are reached with the information as to why condoms are beneficial for them as well.
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