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Stealthing ... have you ever heard of it before? If not, you may be hearing more about this dangerous new sex trend soon.

A report by the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law said stealthing is a common practice, especially at college campuses throughout the U.S. The lead author of the report, Alexandra Brodsky, describes stealthing as the "nonconsensual condom removal" during consensual intercourse. Not only can this dangerous practice lead to an unwanted pregnancy, but it can also transmit an STD to an unknowing partner.

Since the report was released in April 2017, there's been a debate on whether or not stealthing is sexual assault. So far no lawmakers in New Jersey have moved to introduce legislation making stealthing a sexual assault crime, but there is a lawmaker in Wisconsin trying to get a bill on the books to make stealthing illegal.

What do you think? Is stealthing an act of sexual assault? Or do you think it should be considered a crime of deception?

Also from this week's Forever 39 podcast — Twenty things we no longer do thanks to technology. PLUS: Getting better at saying no. Click on the podcast player below to hear the entire episode.

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— Annette and Megan, Forever 39

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