Click to iniciate intimacy. An app aims to support Denmark’s new sexual consent legislation - but does it lack the sex appeal for everyday use? 

(...) More seriously, says Hansen of the Danish Women’s Society, the iConsent app risks perpetuating a flawed notion of consent “It makes it seem like consent has to be written down to be legally binding,” she says. “But we’re talking about human activity, not signing a mortgage. And it’s not something you sign off on once; consent is a process. You don’t give it one time and it’s over. You check in on each other, it’s a conversation.” (...)

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