Date: February 28, 2021
“A reminder. Anti contact people are pro consent, because they acknowledge consent as an essential component of a relationship, and are aware when it’s lacking.” – Lecter/Larva
If one wanted to play around with the meaning of “pro consent” and “anti contact”, I cannot disagree.
What some of us interpret as “pro consent”, is far more broad than the current dominant ideas on social/legal consent.
“Pro Consent” as a principle, is far larger and more inclusive, than “anti contact”…even if “anti contact” might technically squeak into the fold given the angle you’ve given it here.
“Anti contact” can never be the totality of “pro consent”…They are simply not parallel equals.
I would argue, though…”anti contact” ideology necessarily denies all possibility of adequate consent…which perverts the original intention behind the “pro consent” principle.
There is a massive paradox in equating the two, because they are naturally opposed.