Thursday, December 1, 2022

Removal Of Condom During Sex Without Your Partner’s Consent Is Now A Criminal Offence, Offenders Face Life Imprisonment



South Australia is going hard on people who secretly remove their condom during sex without their partner’s consent.

Legislators are concerned the practice is getting out of hand, thus they are pushing for stiffer punishment for such people to ensure safer sex–the highest being a life sentence, can report.

At least, one in every three women have fallen victim to this ‘repugnant act of betrayal’, data from Monash University 2018 study revealed.


MP Connie Bonaros support the call for tougher punishment for offenders who take unilateral decision to remove their condoms during sexual interc0urse.

Bonaros said the act is ‘disgusting’ and should have been criminalised years ago.


A stealthing bill is currently before the state parliament’s lower house after it got approved on Wednesday by the upper house.

Bonaros hinted that  ‘Under the new legislation, the removal of a condom during sex without the consent of the other person will now be a crime punishable by up to life imprisonment’.



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