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Michelle J. Anderson Content Topic Results

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  • General Material
January 2010

Sex Education and Rape

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This law review article explores the subject of consent for sexual intercourse, especially for teenagers and young adults. The author proposes that sex education classes should teach sexual negotiation skills in order to increase communication between partners, reduce sexual assault, and increase sexual health and pleasure.
  • General Material
September 2004

Understanding Rape Shield Laws

This report outlines the history of rape shield laws and delineates the types of shield laws in all 50 states. The author analyzes the serious gaps in these laws and critiques the continued admission of evidence of complainants' sexual history.
  • General Material
January 2002

From Chastity Requirement to Sexuality License: Sexual Consent and a New Rape Shield Law

This document examines historical and contemporary rape shield laws and concludes with an original model rape shield law designed to meet existing gaps.