‘Stealthing’ is a new fad that is happened during sexual intercourse. It is when someone removes a condom during sex without the permission of their sexual partner.
It has become enough of a problem that government officials have begun to take notice.
Democratic Assemblyman, Francisco Moya, of Queens has tried to introduce a new legislation that would make the act of ‘stealthing’ punishable by a sentences of up to four years in prison. No vote has been scheduled yet for this legislation.
This act is seen as criminal because it can bring hard to the other person.
Without a condom, sexual intercourse increases the other person’s risk of a sexually transmitted infection as well as pregnancy without permission.
This behavior is seen as dangerous to women, and according to Moya, while it would be very difficult to pass this bit of legislature, it is necessary to protect women.
A New York lawmaker wants to make it a felony to remove a condom during intercourse without the permission of a sexual partner, a practice known as “stealthing.” The Daily News reports Thursday that Democratic Assemblyman Francisco Moya of Queens plans to introduce legislation that would make stealthing punishable by up to four years in prison.