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Colleges in California passes law permitting partners to have sex on campus, Los Angeles

Governor Jerry Brown have passed a law that has allowed partners to have sex on campus. According to this law, partners will first have to give affirmative that will be accepted when both the partners are conscious and voluntarily agreeing to get engaged in sexual activity. The University of California has actually welcomed the law and expressed relief to see the bill become a law.
According to UC spokeswoman Dianne Klein, ‘The affirmative consent definition is one of many factors that is assessed when sexual violence is investigated and adjudicated on our campuses. But it is an extremely important one. The signing of this bill marks a crucial step towards the direction in which universities should treat survivors of sexual violence and their offenders’.
State Senator Kevin de Leon also expressed relief over this law. ‘The conversation on sexual assault on our college campuses turned an important corner today from chatter to action. Students at every California college campus will have basic protections to promote prevention and accountability’ as stated by Kevin de Leon. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV

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