Download the WFMY News 2 App now Jackson wants the law changed and sponsors the bill. where no doesn’t mean no.”The bill is stopped in the committee and Jackson added it will likely be dead for the rest of the legislative session.“There’s no reason for this to be partisan,” Jackson said.
Jackson says several women have consulted with him about having experiences similar to Palmer's.“Legislators are hearing more and more about women who have been raped and are being denied justice because of this crazy loophole,” Jackson said. “It’s about doing what’s obviously right.”North Carolina common law, which can be changed by the General Assembly, doesn't directly define what consent is."As far as no means no, it is an absolute," explains Sonya Desai, client services coordinator with the Guilford County Family Justice Center.
"We believe it to be an absolute, so when someone says no to sex that means no."Desai says she thinks the case law is behind the times and hopes to see some new changes to the state's common law."You can have consent in the beginning, but you should also be able to revoke consent once the act begins."Timothy Stewart, an attorney in Winston-Salem says the language in the State v. "The withdraw of consent wouldn't make the original act a rape," Stewart explains. KB Johnson with the Greensboro Police Department's Family Victims Unit says they could seek charges like sexual assault, kidnapping or a weapons charge, to name a few, but it's all dependent on the case."If we have to use other charges to get our offender, we'll do that," he says.
Fans of Charlotte, Miranda, Carrie, and Samantha have long hoped that a threequel could redeem the memory of the TV show's golden years and score big at the box office one more time.
Speaking to Piers Morgan on his Life Stories (via Daily Mail), Cattrall opened up on what went wrong and that she knew Part 3 wasn't coming for quite some time:"I don’t feel like a victim, I feel like I came out of this on top. Sarah Jessica, she could have been nicer, she could have in some way.
I don’t know what her issue is, I never have."While Carrie Bradshaw had always aspired to be a bestselling writer, I would imagine she would want to leave that kind of confessional out of her latest novella.
Parker is yet to pass comment back, but expect her to be spilling equal amounts of tea (and Cosmo) if she does.
Despite the best intentions of Cattrall, SJP, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis, turning the lives of those horny heroines into a trilogy of films just wasn't meant to be — well, threesomes never were their forte.