Saxon Mullins on the fight for affirmative consent laws

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The NSW government last week announced changes to laws around sexual assault and consent that could dramatically change how survivors experience the court system. Saxon Mullins, the director of advocacy at the Rape and Sexual Assault Research and Advocacy Initiative, and a sexual assault survivor, explains how these laws could work and why they are necessary

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