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The North Carolina courts are very vigilant when it comes to protecting victims of domestic violence or alleged acts of domestic violence.The following are examples of domestic relationships: Once someone is accused of domestic violence the court will most likely order an emergency protective order keeping the defendant (you) away from the alleged victim.Even if you maintain your innocence, it is vital you abide by the terms of the court order or risk further criminal charges.Senator Jeff Jackson, who learned of the loophole while working as criminal prosecutor, wants a different outcome for women in the future.The Senator recently introduced a bill that would allow consent for vaginal intercourse to be withdrawn at any time during the act.Once a woman agrees to having sex, her partner can legally ignore her if she says she'd like to stop.

At least, that’s the case in North Carolina, where the state Supreme Court ruled that women cannot revoke consent after sexual intercourse begins.

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“Right now, if a woman tells a man to stop having sex he is under no legal obligation to do so, as long as she initially consented,” he said in a statement. North Carolina is the only state in the country where no doesn’t really mean no.” In fact, at least nine US states explicitly recognise the right to withdraw consent during sex, either via state statutes or court rulings.

In states where the law does not specify either way, says AEquitas CEO Jennifer Long, most courts read the law to mean that consent can be withdrawn.

“Realistically, it’s because it’s sort of something that should be common sense: that you consent until you don’t consent,” she said.