I was a victim of stealthing and this is how I felt when my partner took off the condom without my consent

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Busi* is not pictured. Model used for illustration.
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Sexual acts cannot take place without consent and clear boundaries.

Whether you're in a "committed relationship" with your sexual partner or not, consent to certain acts must be given from the onset.

A partner removing a condom during intercourse without your consent is a form a sexual assault and it is called 'Stealthing'. 

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