I have that very situation right now. I'm out of town for a few weeks doing a theatre show, and I'm rooming with another lady in a cast--a grand old broad, and quite a character. Our first morning together, I put on my shirt when…"
"A nice encounter today:
I got back to running in the park today. I kept my shirt off when I got back into my car and drove home. Since the cleaning ladies were still at my house and I prefer not to be in the way, I kept on driving to…"
"It's a balmy South Florida winter late afternoon, easily in the high 70s. Plenty of people in the park getting exercise--basketball, racquetball, tennis, jogging. I tried to lead by example, leaving my polo shirt in the trunk of my…"
"Good evening gentlemen.
I've been working with my cousin on refurbishing a house I inherited. I'm essentially the runner. He paints, he tiles, he does electrical work, and I run back and forth getting supplies, scraping paint…"
"If you want to argue for an objective definition of consent based on natural law arguments. you'll have to do better than just stating "the law says X = therefore... fact!", that's just pure circular reasoning."
"I see what you're saying; I suppose to me the problem is that if the ideal goal behind survival and thriving is the eventual creation of a 'perfect world' without suffering, as opposed to personal transcendence - then it would be…"
"And slightly tangential, but I'd have to say that if an individual has physical relations with someone they barely know and trust to the point they have to have a contract signed affirming consent, then if they are falsely accused of rape this…"
"Fact is fact. The actresses consented, by any definition of the term. You're suggesting legal technicalities to overturn that ... but that doesn't change the fact. She was mentally capable. She knew what her…"
"Down the rabbit hole we go.
Fact is fact. The actresses consented, by any definition of the term. You're suggesting legal technicalities to overturn that ... but that doesn't change the fact. She was mentally…"
"Well in the post above, you equated subjective legal definitions such as "grown up" which has varied greatly historically and legally with "objective reality", so you seem to be more confused on the subject matter than I…"