The California State Assembly voted to recognize illegal stealing – the so-called act of publishing a presentation without the knowledge or consent of partners.
“It’s now clear in California that it’s a crime,” said Christina Garcia, a Democrat who co-authored the bill. that stealth is not only immoral but also illegal. “
She has been involved in the thematic system since 2017, when the Colombian Journalism Agency and Rights appeared in the world of the then student school of Alexander Brodsky, who participated in the growing uncertainty in this act.
However, stealth is not a new phenomenon.
What is stealth?
Simple words, stealing is the removal of a condom or intentionally damaging it during sex without known partners.
This can lead to STIs, pregnancy, and harm to the dignity of victims.
Such actions are probably done for years, only from the developed Internet site began to pay more attention, but the crimes began to share advice on how to do this, in blogs.
A study published in the National Medical Library in 2019 found that 12% of women aged 21 to 30 reported stealing experience. That same year, researchers at Monash University in Australia found that one in three women and one in five men who had sex with men were victims.
I found in another study in 2019 that approximately 10% of men participated in the filming of a presentation during sex without consent.
In her 2017 article, Oleksandra Brodsky quoted a well-known stealth blogger who came across a meeting with other men as a secretly removed condom without attracting attention.
It is the duty of women to abolish legs, comments were written, and the right of men is to “spread the family.”
But he wants awareness of growth stealing, the legal reaction has been delayed.
What does the law say?
Different countries use different approaches to stealing – if they raise these issues with each other.
The California bill is the first in your family in the United States and does not actually criminalize stealing. Presence is a civil liability that allows the victim to sue for crime using compensation for collections.
There have been few successful criminal investigations around the world that vary in severity from sexual violence to crime.
In Germany, a police officer was convicted of sexual assault for removing a condom without the consent of partners. He received eight months probation and a fine of 3,000 euros in compensation, as well as a fine of 96 euros to pay for the victims’ tests.
New Zealand has taken a tough approach. Earlier this year, the men were sentenced to three years and nine months in prison after being convicted of raping for stealing sex workers.
Similarly, the British system also believes that they intend to influence compliance with the law in this regard. In 2019, men were sentenced to rape for stealing sex workers who specifically asked to use the presentation.
The fact that he removed the condom revoked her consent to sex.
Also in Canada in 2014 and in 2017 in Switzerland, allegations of sexual violence were successfully carried out, but he wants to immediately appeal to the Supreme Court in Zurich, which denies that it is not illegal – he wants to and with regret.
One of the most famous cases of stealth was used with Julian Assange, who involved the filming of two different women during his working trip to Sweden in 2010.
However, he was not convicted because he refused to return to Sweden, where he was extradited to the United States, where he was threatened with espionage. A visit to the Swedish prosecutor’s office assigned the case.
There are extremely active matches in the world in relation to the heart, which are reflected in the popular mini-version of the BBC “I can bring you down”, created by Mikala Koel, who also played your lead role.
In episodes 5 of the main characters, Arabella calls men who remove a condom without her consent a rapist – according to British law. After that, she demonstrated exceptional ability with the laws in the United States and Australia, saying: “if you get in the States, he will become an attacker, and if in Australia – a little violent.”
After all, stealth is a matter of concern, and in order to be held accountable, a country’s law must take it into account.
A review of launch laws in Europe by Amnesty International found that only 12 of the 31 countries had consensus-based laws. Others determine the accumulation of other factors, such as the use of violence.
Some countries, including the Netherlands, Finland, Switzerland and Slovenia, are considering updating their laws, and Spanish Spain announced a bill last year to combat sexual violence, including a reform of the legal definition of crime.
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) this week joined California and became the first Australian state to declare it illegal.