Yes, “Stealthing” Is Sexual Assault — & Survivors Can Take Legal Action

“The stealthing partner has unilaterally decided what kind of sexual act will be participated in by both parties,” says Caitlin Prior, a staff attorney and training supervisor at Day One, an NYC-based organization that works to end dating abuse. “The stealthing partner has made decisions about the other partner’s health, well-being, future, family plans, emotional and physical well-being without a care for the other partner’s position.” That’s sexual assault.

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