1. A person’s consent does not make any action toward that person right.
2. A person in a position of authority has an unequal relationship with his or her subordinates. The consent of a subordinate to something they otherwise would not do does not indicate that the authority figure has not abused his or her authority.
3. It is not OK to conceal extramarital sex from one’s spouse to spare the spouse’s feelings.
4. Telling someone after the fact that you have done something deeply affecting them does not change the fact that you have done something deeply affecting them without their prior knowledge or consent.
5. A person’s acceptance after the fact of an action done without their knowledge or consent does not make the action right.
6. Threatening to destroy someone’s reputation if they reveal that you’ve made sexual advances on them is not acceptable.
7. Publicly trashing someone’s reputation after they have revealed your sexual advances is unacceptable.
8. It is impossible for a child to give free and informed consent to an adult authority figure when she is told that her consent will guarantee exaltation for her family.
9. Concealing something from one’s spouse and others is a good sign that you are afraid of the consequences of getting caught. People tend not to be afraid of the consequences of getting caught performing “dynastic” rituals that have nothing to do with sex.
10. Absence of offspring is not solid evidence that someone has not had sex.