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Woman Perfectly Explains Consensual Sex In 7 Tweets

It’s not complicated

Nafisa Ahmed via Twitter

Nafisa Ahmad wants to help you understand something. It’s not very complicated. In fact, it’s pretty simple. But it still appears that a lot of people (and not just men, apparently) need a basic explainer on the difference between consensual sex and rape.


So Ahmad used her Twitter account to explain the difference in a series of short, easy-to-follow tweets that are a handy guide for anyone who might still be unclear on just what consent means.

Using a $5 bill as a simple comparison (we all love money, right?), Ahmad is able to put the concepts of consent, dignity, respect, and yes, rape, all in a universally relatable format.

Her first post has already been re-tweeted more than 11,000 times in less than a week, which each subsequent tweet favorited or re-tweeted several thousand times. With that kind of attention, here’s hoping these easy-to-follow steps help even the most confused person put the very simple to follow logic to use:

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