This new app sends a ‘legal request’ for sexual consent during one night stands
Ah, so this is what 2018 looks like
An app recording sexual consent as a "legally binding agreement", has been created.
They way it works is, you receive a request for "sexual intercourse" from someone on the app LegalFling, and if you press accept, the app claims you've entered a legally binding agreement.
Aside from the sexual intercourse, the Fling settings can ask if you:
– Consent to photo and video content to be made
– Want to use a condom
– Are STD free
– Are into "Explicit language"
– Are into BDSM
And if one party breaches the contract by withholding information about pre-existing STDs or shares the other's nudes or private videos online, they could end up in court.
LegalFling states: "Sex should not only be fun. It should also be safe for everyone. Asking someone to sign a contract before the fun starts is a little uncomfortable. A simple swipe is easy as 1,2,3."
But this consent could be withdrawn, which would effectively end the legal agreement.
On the LegalFling website, it states: "No means no at any time. Being passed out means "no" at any time. This is explicitly described in the agreement."
Although it's yet to be verified by Google and and Apple, it's secured in a blockchain and LegalFling say it won't be long until it can be downloaded.