The depravity of the concept of “implied consent.”

12 Mar


The Prime Directive

Hang on, I got it… women who drink give their “implicit consent” to having sex with anyone. There, problem solved!

Consent is the absolute bare minimum criterion for social interactions. Therefore, any concept that tries to dilute or trivialize consent is coercive by definition. The concept of “implied consent” is one I’ve recently discovered. I’ve never heard of such a concept, but it is an actual legal concept used to prosecute individuals.

It seems to be mostly used to prosecute drivers who refuse to take alcohol tests. Here is one example:

Section 724.011 of the Texas State Transportation Code states that anyone who is arrested for Texas DWI “is deemed to have consented, subject to this chapter, to submit to the taking of one or more specimens of the person’s breath or blood for analysis to determine the alcohol concentration or the presence in the person’s body of a controlled…

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6 Responses to “The depravity of the concept of “implied consent.””

  1. Francois Tremblay 2014/03/13 at 1:10 am #

    Did you tent your fingers when you said that? Because you have to. It’s the law. :)


    • Miep 2014/03/13 at 1:14 am #

      Fuck if I know, Francois :-)

      Who can keep track of such things?

      Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your utterly relentless independent-mindedness no end.


  2. BroadBlogs 2014/03/14 at 1:08 pm #

    She’s clearly not enjoying it. When will people get that if everyone’s not enjoying it, it’s not sex– It’s something else.


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