unconsenting


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unconsenting

(ˌʌnkənˈsɛntɪŋ)
adj
lacking cooperation
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The code of conduct in place for the event must be signed by all of the event's attendees and prohibits "disrespectful and non-consensual behavior," which includes stalking, physical assault, and any unconsenting physical contact.
The site, Unconsenting Media, is aimed at informing sex attack victims of content before they sit down and watch.
This issue is partially due to the fact that, in the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), sadism, masochism, and fetishes are classified as Paraphilic Disorders if an individual experiences distress specific to their sexual interest or if their sexual desire involves psychologically or physically harming another person or actions toward an unconsenting person (American Psychiatric Association, 2013).
However, Virgil's own dissatisfaction with this ending is echoed in Turnus' dying spirit: "The unconsenting spirit fled to the shades below" (Aen.
16) The Court in Pennoyer asserted that, because "[t]he authority of every tribunal is necessarily restricted by the territorial limits of the State in which it is established," a state court could not constitutionally assert jurisdiction over an unconsenting defendant who was not served within the state.
The legislation adopted the following actions to minimize electronic surveillance: the Attorney General has the authority to adopt procedures that minimize or prohibit acquiring, retaining, or circulating information on unconsenting U.
Pro-circumcision people may not change their minds immediately when they read our banners or T-shirts, but our presence at events like the Omaha Health Expo can plant a seed of doubt about their assumptions regarding the acceptability of performing genital cutting on unconsenting minors.
Georgia, in which he argued successfully that a jurisdictional grant in section 14 of the 1789 Act contemplated suits against unconsenting states over claims brought by out-of-state parties under the diversity jurisdiction.
information concerning unconsenting United States persons.
In 2000, the NSA assured Congress that all electronic surveillance performed under 12333 "must be conducted in a manner that minimizes the acquisition, retention, and dissemination of information about unconsenting US persons.
It's the public choice argument that the incentive to deliver benefits now and defer costs to the unborn and unconsenting future generations is irresistible.
Offenders often describe this as an emotionally devastating experience and report that it helped them to grasp the self-serving nature of their behavior and the callous disregard for the well-being of vulnerable children and unconsenting adults.