LITIGIOUS SEX: Mom Tells Son, Before Sex Get a ‘Consent Text’ to Avoid Rape Charges

Columnist and mother Roxanne Jones has written a controversial piece for CNN detailing how she told her son to get a ‘text message of consent’ from a girl before he has sex with her.

Jones, also the founding editor of ESPN magazine, wrote yesterday she sent her college-age son off with a ‘duffel bag full of 300 condoms’ and told him to watch out for party girls – ‘stupid party girls’ to be exact who she calls ‘trouble’.

Jones then goes on to cite the number of alcohol-related sexual assaults in students – 97,000 each year – to back up her evidence.

‘It seems nearly every week, we hear news stories about sexual encounters at parties where everyone is drinking,’ she writes.

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‘And a young woman says she was raped, and a young man insists the encounter was consensual.’

She did not however point out that only two per cent of reported rapes are discovered to be false accusations.

Jones also advises to follow the liaison up with some reminiscing sexts: ‘And it’s a good idea to even follow up any sexual encounter with a tasteful text message saying how you both enjoyed being with one another – even you never plan on hooking up again.’

Read more: dailymail.co.uk

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