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Consent is defined as an active, knowing, and voluntary exchange of affirmative words and/or actions that indicate and effectively communicate a willingness to participate in a particular sexual activity. It is the responsibility of the initiator to obtain clear and affirmative responses at each stage of sexual involvement.
Consent must be freely and meaningfully given. Consent cannot be freely and meaningfully given if the person whose consent is needed is incapacitated, or if the consent is obtained by means of force or coercion. For purposes of this Sexual Violence Policy:
Incapacitation is a state where someone cannot make rational, reasonable decisions due to a lack of capacity to give knowing consent, (i.e., to understand the “who, what, when, where, why, and how” of sexual interaction).
Force is the use of physical violence and/or imposing on someone physically to gain sexual access.
Coercion is unreasonable pressure for sexual activity, including without limitation the use of threats, intimidation, or emotional manipulation to persuade someone to do something they may not want to do, such as being sexual or performing certain sexual acts. Being coerced into having sex or performing sexual acts is not consenting sex and is considered sexual misconduct.