Dissent-Sensitive Permissions

What makes it permissible to reach out to hold someone’s hand on a first date? Kimberly Ferzan suggests conventions, context, and relationships play a role in shifting normative boundaries, such that the default rule becomes that it is permissible to touch someone until they dissent.

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