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What California’s New “Stealthing” Law Means For Women

We are fighting for control over our bodies. One law at a time.

A picture of two beautiful women; the one slim and the other thick showcasing the beauty of a woman’s body
Photo by Roberto Hund from Pexels

I recently read that the governor of California, Gavin Newsom, has signed a law that makes stealthing a civil offense under state law.

The act is now classified as sexual battery.




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Blessing Oluchukwu Awamba

Blessing Oluchukwu Awamba

I write about life as I experience it. As I know it. As it could be better. 🤔 Reach out — fromoly2you@gmail.com.

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