By having this point not start until eight weeks, let's just say someone goes out, and they have—or they're raped, or they're sexually assaulted, one night after a college party. Because most of my rapes were not the gentlemen jumping out of the bushes that nobody had ever met. That was one or two times out of 100. Most of them were date rapes or consensual rapes, which were all terrible.
"Let's just say someone is sexually assaulted. They have eight weeks to make a decision," continued Hovis. "I've never really studied it, but I've heard of the morning-after pill, where if someone feels they've been sexually assaulted, they could go do that. It gives them ample time in that eight weeks to make those exclusions. Which I may not be comfortable with, but it does give those people that exclusion."
File under reasons why I moved out of that dumpster fire