Apr 24, · A new study published in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law is offering a disturbing look at a sexual practice called “stealthing,” or the removal of a condom during penetrative sex without a Author: Rosemary Donahue. Oct 04, · Nonconsensual condom removal during sex is the latest expression of some men’s sexual aggression. Then Yale Law student and current civil rights attorney Alexandra Brodsky brought the issue to national attention in April with the publication of her paper, “Rape-adjacent: Imagining legal responses to nonconsensual condom removal.”.
Mar 16, · “They told me, ‘It wasn’t rape, he just took the condom off.’” Whether or not stealthing happens as part of a rape doesn’t change the fact that it blurs—if not pirouettes right over—the line of. Sep 29, · Safely removing a condom is easy with a little practice. Guys generally lose their erection soon after ejaculating, and when that happens it’s possible for the condom to slip off or spill semen. To prevent spilling, hold the base of the condom against the penis and pull both out before the penis softens.
Apr 14, · Stealthing during sex is a hot topic of debate these days. Condom stealthing consists of secretly taking the condom off during sex, when your partner has only consented to having sex with the condom on. This can lead to significant problems for the affected partner. Physical consequences include unwanted pregnancy or STI transmission. Stealthing - the act of non-consensually removing a condom during sex - has been the subject of much discussion since a study into the act .