Earlier this week, New South Wales unveiled huge changes to the definition of consent. The new affirmative consent model could see accused convicted unless they can prove they’ve taken active steps to obtain consent for sex.
Attorney-General Mark Speakman said the state government was adopting all 44 recommendations of the NSW Law Reform Commission’s review of consent in relation to sexual offences.
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