Sexual activity, which includes sexual intercourse, is considered consensual if the person consenting does so freely and voluntarily.
Circumstances in which a person is taken not to freely and voluntarily agree to sexual activity include, but are not limited to:
An example of the last point – if a person is mistaken about the nature of the activity – may include circumstances where a person agrees to engage in sexual activity in the mistaken belief that the activity is necessary for the purpose of a medical diagnosis, for the purpose of hygiene or for some other treatment.
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