High school students being taught the new "yes means yes" consent policies are asking better questions than the people who wrote the law.
The law, which requires students to view sex as a legal contract rather than a passionate or loving act, is so confusing and unworkable that high school students in San Francisco couldn't figure out how to make it work.
"What does that mean – you have to say 'yes' every 10 minutes?" asked one student.
The woman responsible for teaching these students, Shafia Zaloom, responded: "Pretty much," adding, "It's not a timing thing, but whoever initiates things to another level has to ask."