Ask for Consent

  1. Want to have sex?
  2. Is this okay with you?
  3. What would you like to do next?
  4. How far do you want to go tonight?
  5. Would it be alright for us to...?
  6. Should we try...?
  7. Let's have sex.  What do you say?
  8. Is this cool?
  9. How about...?
  10. Do you mind if we...?
  11. I was thinking we could...What do you think?
  12. I want to make sure that you're comfortable with this.
  13. What would you say about us having sex?
  14. Do you think we could...?
  15. What would you say if I wanted to...?
  16. Hey, are you comfortable with this?
  17. What would you be okay with?
  18. Would sex be out of the question?
  19. Are you up for...?
  20. Are you ready to go further?

Consent is the agreement of both parties to any sexual act. Threats, Guilt-tripping, Force, and Alcohol all negate consent. No means No.  Maybe means No. Silence means No.  Only a Yes means Yes.


Student Recreation Center

Redhawk Health Educators
One University Plaza, MS 7100
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701