Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons
Is Consent Alone Sufficient for Evaluating Sexual Behavior?
Episode 32 • 2m 35s
As lax as our culture is when it comes to sex, it still sees consent as a necessary condition for appropriate sexual behavior. But is consent the only moral criterion for evaluating sexual behavior? In this Ready Reasons video, Karlo explains why it's not.
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