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Lawmakers pass bill to make California the 1st state to outlaw ‘stealthing,’ or nonconsensual condom removal

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California lawmakers moved to make the state the first to outlaw “stealthing,” which is removing a condom without permission during intercourse.
1 year ago·Sacramento, United States

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Removing Condom Without Permission During Sex Now Illegal in California

California lawmakers moved to make the state the first to outlaw stealthing, which is removing a condom without permission during intercourse.

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California bans stealthing - removing condom during sex without verbal consent

The act will now amount to civil action in California

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California moves to be the first state to outlaw 'stealthing,' or removing condom

California lawmakers are moving to outlaw someone removing a condom without permission during sex, also known as \

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California moves to outlaw 'stealthing,' or removing condom

Lawmakers are moving to make California the first to outlaw “stealthing.”

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California moves to outlaw 'stealthing,' or removing condom

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California lawmakers moved to make the state the first to outlaw “stealthing,” which is removing a condom without permission during intercourse.

1 year ago·United States
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California moves to outlaw 'stealthing,' or removing condom

By DON THOMPSON Associated PressSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Lawmakers are moving to make California the first to outlaw “stealthing.” That’s removing a condom without permission during intercourse. Legislators on Tuesday sent Gov. Gavin Newsom a bill adding the act to the state’s civil definition of sexual battery.  It makes it illegal to remove the condom without obtaining verbal consent. But it doesn’t change the criminal code. Instead, it would…

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