Obviousness laughs at folly

Under a new Danish law, any sex without explicit consent of both partners is considered a rape. When something so obvious becomes a legal provision, no doubt folly is at play. It is as clear as day for any normal human being that sex requires the consent of both interested parties, and there is no need to regulate this in the law. But wait. This is not everything. Apparently, you can now give permission for an intercourse via an app or share with strangers when and with whom we had one. The app falls short of videos that document the orgasm as anti-rape evidence. Perhaps the app will offer such a functionality at some point.

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