Eve’s mother sought the help of fertility doctor Kim McMorries and was impregnated by his sperm instead of the sperm of the donor she’d selected. The truth only surfaced long after she’d established a bond with the man she thought was her father,
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The hideous loophole of deception in reproductive rights by a fertility doctor; however, chips only one ice cube off the gigantic iceberg called rape by fraud. There are countless ways that someone’s reproductive organs can be negatively impacted by fraud or deception. No one has the right to engage another person in a sexual act without their freely given, knowledgeable and informed agreement, #FGKIA!
The NY Times should be covering ConsentAwareness.net’s effort to protect all types of sexual assault by clearly defining CONSENT in the laws of every state. #MeToo made society notice the problem. But they are overlooking the solution. Defining CONSENT in our laws is the critical key to conquering sexual assaults of all kinds!
Please link to the article and make it clear that the NY TIMES should be focusing on #FGKIA Consent = Freely Given, Knowledgeable and Informed Agreement as stated by ConsentAwareness.Net.
What makes the difference between a rape by fraud bill that soars through legislation to become law, and one that fails? ……Creative, responsible, caring leadership like VI Senate Majority Leader Marvin Blyden and VI Senate President Novelle Francis Lewis.
As David Mack aptly described in his BuzzFeed article, Justin Schneider was not convicted of sexual assault in Alaska. Ejaculating on a victim’s face while they’re out cold was not a crime…. not even when he admitted that he’d choked her to knock her out.
Little by little, the concept that deceiving someone about conduct involving their reproductive organs is a crime is seeping into society’s consciousness. This past Wednesday, Texas Gov. Greg Wiley took a giant step forward that brings this critical issue to light by signing Senate Bill #1259 into law. It becomes effective on September 1.
Kudos to Eve Wiley from Dallas TX, who inspired a precedent setting sexual assault by fraud bill, approved by legislators in Austin yesterday! Speaking about the offender, Representative Stephanie Klick, the bill’s sponsor in the House of Representatives, said, “This is a person who you really trust and they betrayed you.” She was referring to the case of Wiley’s mother who had been duped by Dr. Kim McMorries.