Acts of revenge porn if the relationship broke down would be a breach of contract and easy to take to court, the developers say.
The idea of such an app was ridiculed by actress Catherine Deneuve and other French women in a recent open letter which said the #Me Too campaign had gone too far and Sweden's plans "bordered on ridiculous." "Next thing you know, two adults wanting to sleep together will have to specify beforehand, via an app ...
The launch — due in three weeks — comes amid heated public debate over issues around consent triggered by the #Me Too social media campaign against sexual harassment and assault which has seen a slew of allegations against Hollywood stars. Users can stipulate sexual dos and don'ts as well as rules on the use of condoms, disclosure of sexually transmitted diseases and the taking of photos and videos.
The app allows both parties to agree on a penalty if footage is shared.
which practices they do and don't consent to," they wrote, apparently unaware of Legal Fling.
It’s important to clearly communicate to your partner that you are no longer comfortable with this activity and wish to stop.Go to our homepage if you're interested in having us look at your case.Sexual assault crimes carry a significant penalty and should be tried by an experienced law firm. Consent is an agreement between participants to engage in sexual activity.There are many ways to give consent, and some of those are discussed below.
Writing on tech site Gizmodo, journalist Melanie Ehrenkranz said consent was not a "one-time checklist" but should occur continually throughout a sexual encounter and could also be withdrawn.