What is consensual sex?
Consent means that both people in a sexual encounter must agree to it, and either person may decide at any time that they no longer agree and want to stop the activity.
Agreeing to one behavior does not obligate you to consent to any other behaviors. Consenting on one occasion also does not obligate you to consent on any other occasion. Agreeing means only that at this particular time, you would like to engage in this particular sexual behavior.
Consent should be a two-way street – it’s important to respect yourself and not push your partner if you sense he is uncomfortable.
What are “Healthy Relationships”?
For many people, a healthy relationship is supportive, fun, romantic, and makes each partner feel good. Today there are many healthy, long-term same-sex relationships, including same-sex marriages. However, same-sex relationships are different from other relationships because of differences in sex roles and societal issues. Some would argue that this gives you an advantage of sorts, in that you get to define your own relationship boundaries and roles with less outside pressure; traditional roles may or may not make sense for you.
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