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Mom Advises Son: Get a ‘Yes’ Text Before Sex (VIDEO)

Journalist and mother, Roxanne Jones, recently appeared on CNN to explain why she advises her son to get a text message from a woman before and after having sex in order to verify his partner’s consent.

“Maybe you should get a text message when you’re about to have sex,” Jones told CNN. “I know it sounds crazy, but I talk to my son as a real man, as a young man, as a responsible young man.”

Jones gives a couple of examples of consent-verifying texts, including, “Let’s hook up,” or “Bring your condoms.”

“I also suggested he send a text after [sex],” Jones says.

Jones says she considers it her job to advise and protect her son, and to safeguard against potential rape claims, particularly when one or both individuals have been drinking alcohol.

“We are not in the room. We are not wherever the sex happens,” Jones adds. “And it’s left up to us to guess, to be horrified, to fill in the blanks. The women can’t remember because they are drunk out of their minds. They can’t remember and they can’t say no.”

I wish Ms. Jones were as concerned with her son’s morals as she is with his legal liability.

Pausing to send a text message before fornicating with a girl who may be too drunk to consent–is that what parental advice on morality has been reduced to in America?

Nathan Harden is editor of The College Fix and author of the book SEX & GOD AT YALE: Porn, Political Correctness, and a Good Education Gone Bad.

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