According to an article in The Huffington Post, the latest phenomena of the ‘new’ generation is something called sexual stealthing – the non-consensual removal of a condom during sex.
A study done by Alexandra Brodsky for the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law interviews proponents and victims of the practice.
Brodsky reaches the conclusion that stealthing “is an act of gender-based violence that may violate a number of civil and criminal laws.”
Brodsky explained her interest in the subject to The Huffington Post:
Brodsky told The Huffington Post that she wanted to study the phenomenon because, as she entered law school in the fall of 2013, she realized how many of her women friends were “struggling with forms of mistreatment by sexual partners that weren’t considered part of the recognized repertoire of gender-based violence ― but that seemed rooted in the same misogyny and lack of respect.”
Ms. Brodsky claims that “that proponents of ‘stealthing’ root their support in an ideology of male supremacy in which violence is a man’s natural right.”