nonconsensual

nonconsensual

(ˌnɒnkənˈsɛnʃʊəl)
adj
(Law) law done without consent; not consensual

non•con•sen•su•al

(ˌnɒn kənˈsɛn ʃu əl)

adj.
not consensual; not brought into being or happening by mutual consent.
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Overall, the study reported that 23 percent of undergraduate women at the participating universities said they had been physically forced - or threatened with force - into nonconsensual sexual contact or incapacitated when it happened.
Twenty-four percent of female undergraduates at the UO who participated in the survey reported they had experienced nonconsensual sexual contact, with more than 10 percent of respondents saying they had been victims of nonconsensual sexual penetration.
The man pulled her clothes off and had nonconsensual sexual intercourse with her on the floor.
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Black's Law Dictionary (6th edition) defines the tort of false imprisonment as "the nonconsensual, intentional confinement of a person, without lawful privilege, for an appreciable length of time, however short .
Of course, they are sexual offences but none involve nonconsensual sex.
Modern slavery, as well as including forced labour and criminal exploitation of people, also includes the issues of child trafficking and sexual exploitation where victims - women, children and men - are forced to perform nonconsensual or abusive sexual acts against their will and under threat.
Marriott, a 19-year-old University of New Hampshire sophomore, by strangling her with a rope during nonconsensual sadomasochistic sex Oct.
They said that fantasies involving bondage and nonconsensual sex offending had been "an ongoing issue".
This rationale is also reflected in the justification for imposing criminal sanctions on nonconsensual sexual expression more generally--including where the subjects are adults.
Obama has further authorized the use of offensive cyber attacks in foreign nations without their government's consent whenever the nation's interests and equities require such nonconsensual attacks as part of 'anticipatory action taken against imminent threats'.
She considers the role alcohol plays in facilitating both consensual and nonconsensual sexual encounters, the sexualization of college girls, the toxic expectations held over men to be sexual predators, and ways of opting out and opting into a culture of casual sex.