A popular belief is that whatever takes place in private between consenting adults should be allowed. This is the first book to offer a systematic philosophical examination of what might be meant by consent and what role it should play in the context of sexual activity. Investigating the adequacy of standard accounts of consent, the book criticizes

chapter 1|18 pages

Questions of Consent

chapter 2|20 pages

Sexual Consent

chapter 3|15 pages

Sexual Consensuality

chapter 4|14 pages

Real Consent

chapter 5|16 pages

Consensuality and Permissibility

chapter 6|14 pages

Gendered Consent

chapter 9|18 pages

The Limits of Consensuality III: Rape

chapter 10|4 pages