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  1. Coercion

    Conduct, intimidation, and express or implied threats of physical or emotional harm that would reasonably place an individual in fear of immediate or future harm and that is employed to persuade or compel someone to engage in sexual contact. Also see “force.”
  2. Complicity

    Any act that knowingly aids, facilitates, promotes, or encourages prohibited conduct by another person.
  3. Consent

    The communication of an affirmative, conscious, and freely made decision by each participant to engage in agreed upon forms of sexual contact. Consent requires an outward demonstration, through understandable words or actions, that conveys a clear willingness to engage in sexual contact. Also see “incapacitation.”