Even after #MeToo, research reveals 'alarming' attitudes to consent and sexual assault

A major new survey has revealed the extent of alarming views about consent and what constitutes rape and sexual violence.  The research, conducted by the End Violence Against Women Coalition in collaboration with YouGov, found that a third of men in Britain believe that if a woman has flirted on a date it "generally wouldn't count as rape" even if she didn't explicitly consent to sex.   A third of men also believe a woman "can't change her mind after sex has started."  SEE ALSO: Women over 50 see sexual harassment very differently than millennials And 33 percent of Brits believe it "isn't usually rape" if a woman is pressured into sex without "physical violence" taking place.  Read more...More about Uk, Rape, Sexual Violence, Consent, and Social Good