GQ Magazine Mentions Antioch College’s 1990s Policy for Affirmative Consent

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by | Mar 4, 2020

In an article written by Eliza Brooke for GQ Magazine, Brooke writes about #SexEd and post #MeToo and references Antioch’s early 1990s response to reports of rape on campus:

the Sexual Assault Policy which received nation-wide coverage by the media.

 

29 years ago, Antioch’s sexual consent form was mocked. Today, it’s more relevant than ever.

 

Follow this link to read the article. The full policy is outlined below.



THE ANTIOCH COLLEGE SEXUAL OFFENSE POLICY
 
All sexual contact and conduct on the Antioch College campus and/or 
occurring with an Antioch community member must be consensual.
 
When a sexual offense, as defined herein, is committed by a 
community member, such action will not be tolerated.  
 
Antioch College provides and maintains educational programs for all 
community members, some aspects of which are required.  The 
educational aspects of this policy are intended to prevent sexual 
offenses and ultimately to heighten community awareness.
 
In support of this policy and community safety, a support network 
exists that consists of the Sexual Offense Prevention and Survivors' 
Advocacy Program, an Advocate, Peer Advocates, and 
victim/survivor support groups through the Sexual Offense 
Prevention and Survivors' Advocacy Program and Counseling 
Services. 
 
The Advocate (or other designated administrator) shall be 
responsible for initiation and coordination of measures required by 
this policy. 
 
The implementation of this policy also utilizes established Antioch 
governance structures and adheres to contractual obligations.

CONSENT

1.	For the purpose of this policy, "consent" shall be defined as 
follows: the act of willingly and verbally agreeing to engage in 
specific sexual contact or conduct.
 
2. 	If sexual contact and/or conduct is not mutually and 
simultaneously initiated, then the person who initiates sexual 
contact/conduct is responsible for getting the verbal consent of the 
other individual(s) involved.  
 
3. 	Obtaining consent is an on-going process in any sexual 
interaction.  Verbal consent should be obtained with each new level 
of physical and/or sexual contact/conduct in any given interaction, 
regardless of who initiates it.  Asking "Do you want to have sex with 
me?" is not enough.  The request for consent must be specific to each 
act.
 
4. 	The person with whom sexual contact/conduct is initiated is 
responsible to express verbally and/or physically her/his willingness 
or lack of willingness when reasonably possible.
 
5. 	If someone has initially consented but then stops consenting 
during a sexual interaction, she/he should communicate withdrawal 
verbally and/or through physical resistance.  The other individual(s) 
must stop immediately.
 
6. 	 To knowingly take advantage of someone who is under the 
influence of alcohol, drugs and/or prescribed medication is not 
acceptable behavior in the Antioch community. 
 
7. 	If someone verbally agrees to engage in specific contact or 
conduct, but it is not of her/his own free will due to any of the 
circumstances stated in (a) through (d) below, then the person 
initiating shall be considered in violation of this policy if:
 
	a)	the person submitting is under the influence of alcohol or 
other substances supplied to her/him by the person initiating;
	b)	the person submitting is incapacitated by alcohol, drugs, 
and/or prescribed medication;
	c)	the person submitting is asleep or unconscious;
	d)	the person initiating has forced, threatened, coerced, or 
intimidated the other individual(s) into engaging in sexual contact 
and/or sexual conduct.

OFFENSES DEFINED

	The following sexual contact/conduct are prohibited under 
Antioch College's Sexual Offense Policy and, in addition to possible 
criminal prosecution, may result in sanctions up to and including 
expulsion or termination of employment.  
 
RAPE:	Non-consensual penetration, however slight, of the vagina 
or anus; non-consensual fellatio or cunnilingus.	

SEXUAL ASSAULT:	Non-consensual sexual conduct exclusive of 
vaginal and anal penetration, fellatio and cunnilingus.  This includes, 
but is not limited to, attempted non-consensual penetration, fellatio, 
or cunnilingus; the respondent coercing or forcing the primary 
witness to engage in non-consensual sexual contact with the 
respondent or another.
			
SEXUAL IMPOSITION:	Non-consensual sexual contact. "Sexual 
contact" includes the touching of thighs, genitals, buttocks, the pubic 
region, or the breast/chest area.
 
INSISTENT AND/OR PERSISTENT SEXUAL HARASSMENT:	
Any insistent and/or persistent emotional, verbal or mental 
intimidation or abuse found to be sexually threatening or offensive.  
This includes, but is not limited to, unwelcome and irrelevant 
comments, references, gestures or other forms of personal attention 
which are inappropriate and which may be perceived as persistent 
sexual overtones or denigration.
 
NON-DISCLOSURE OF A KNOWN POSITIVE HIV STATUS:
Failure to inform one's sexual partner of one's known positive HIV 
status prior to engaging in high risk sexual conduct.
 
NON-DISCLOSURE OF A KNOWN SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE:
Failure to inform one's sexual partner of one's known infection with 
a sexually transmitted disease (other than HIV) prior to engaging in 
high risk sexual conduct.
 
PROCEDURES

1.	To maintain the safety of all community members, community 
members who are suspected of violating this policy should be made 
aware of the concern about their behavior.  Sometimes people are 
not aware that their behavior is sexually offensive, threatening, or 
hurtful.  Educating them about the effects of their behavior may 
cause them to change their behavior. 
 
If someone suspects that a violation of this Sexual Offense Policy 
may have occurred, she/he should contact a member of the Sexual 
Offense Prevention and Survivors' Advocacy Program or the Dean 
of Students.  
 
It is strongly encouraged that suspected violations be reported, and 
that they be reported as soon as is reasonable after a suspected violation 
has occurred. Where criminal misconduct is involved, reporting the misconduct 
to the local law enforcement agency is also strongly encouraged.
 
 
Any discussion of a suspected violation with a member of the 
 
Sexual Offense Prevention and Survivors' Advocacy Program or the 
Dean of Students will be treated as confidential. 
 
2.	When a suspected violation of this policy is reported, the person 
who receives the report with the Sexual Offense Prevention and 
Survivors' Advocacy Program or the Dean of Students office will 
explain to the person reporting all of her/his options (such as 
mediation, the Hearing Board, and criminal prosecution) which are 
appropriate to the suspected offense.  
 
3.	If the person reporting a suspected policy violation wishes to 
arrange for mediation, then the Advocate, the Dean of Students, or a 
staff member of the Sexual Offense Prevention and Survivors' 
Advocacy program shall arrange for mediation consistent with the 
mediation guidelines used by the Sexual Offense Prevention and 
Survivors' Advocacy Program.  
 
	a)	If the Dean of Students arranges mediation, the Dean shall 
notify the Advocate of the mediation session.  
 
	b)	A written agreement with educational and/or behavioral 
requirements may be part of the outcome of a mediation session.  
Copies of this agreement shall be given to the parties involved, the 
Advocate and the Dean of Students.
 
c)	Should a student persist in sexually threatening or offensive 
behavior after mediation has been attempted, the Sexual Harassment 
Committee or the Advocate should refer the case to the Hearing 
Board.  
 
	d)	If a satisfactory conclusion is not reached through mediation, 
or if the mediation agreement is not adhered to by any of its 
participants, then the case may be referred to the Hearing Board.
 
4.	In the event that an action taken by the Dean of Students 
regarding a sexual offense is appealed, the appeal shall be made to 
the Hearing Board.
 
5.	If the primary witness wishes the Hearing Board to make a 
finding regarding an alleged policy violation, the primary witness 
must file a written complaint with the Advocate.  The Advocate shall 
inform the primary witness of her/his rights regarding procedure 
and appeal under this policy. 
 
6.	When a written complaint is filed, if the respondent is an 
employee, the Advocate shall inform the President or the President's 
designee of the reported violation of the Sexual Offense Policy.  The 
matter will be promptly investigated by the appropriate 
administrator or other supervisor with the assistance of the 
Advocate.  If whatever review process appropriate to the employee 
results in a determination that the policy has been violated, then the 
remedy should be commensurate with the seriousness of the 
violation, and procedures specified in College and University policies 
should be followed.
 
7.	When an official report is filed, if the respondent is a student, 
then the following procedures shall be followed:
 
	A.	The Advocate shall notify the Dean of Students, or another 
senior College official, who shall have the respondent report to the 
Dean of Students' office within a reasonable period of time, not to 
exceed the next business day the College is open that the respondent 
is on campus.  When the respondent reports, the respondent will then 
be informed by the Advocate and/or the Dean of Students of the 
report of the sexual offense, the policy violation which is being 
alleged, and her/his rights regarding procedure and appeal.  The 
respondent will be given an opportunity to present her/his side of the 
story at that time.  If the respondent does not report as directed, then 
implementation of this policy shall proceed.	
 
	B.	Based on the information available, the Advocate, or the Dean 
of Students in the Advocate's absence, will determine whether there 
is reasonable cause to believe that a policy violation may have 
occurred.  
 
	C. 	In the event that the respondent is situated on campus, if (1) 
there is reasonable cause to believe that a policy violation may have 
occurred, and (2) there is reasonable cause to believe that the 
respondent may pose a threat or danger to the safety of the 
community, the Hearing Board will be convened as soon as possible, 
preferably within 24 hours from the time of the report to the 
Advocate, to determine whether the respondent shall be removed 
from campus until the conclusion of the Hearing process.  If the 
Hearing Board cannot be convened within 24 hours but there is 
reasonable cause as stated in (1) and (2) above, the Dean of Students, 
or the Advocate in the Dean of Students' absence, can act to remove 
the respondent from campus.  
 
	If the respondent is living on-campus and is temporarily banned 
from campus, the College will help arrange housing if the 
respondent is unable to locate any on her/his own.
 
	If the respondent is taking classes on-campus and is temporarily 
banned from attending classes, the College will help provide 
alternative instruction.
 
	The emergency removal of the respondent from campus shall not 
constitute a determination that the respondent has violated this 
policy.
 
	D.	The Hearing Board will then convene for a Hearing, to 
hear the case.  Consistent with this policy, the Hearing Board will 
take into account the primary witness's story, the respondentUs story, 
witnesses, the past history of the respondent, and other relevant 
evidence, and will determine whether or not a policy violation has 
occurred and which aspect of the policy has been violated.
 
	E.	The Hearing shall take place as soon thereafter as is 
reasonable, no longer than seven days from the date of filing or the 
notification of the respondent, whichever is later, unless the 
Advocate determines that reasonable cause exists for convening the 
meeting at a later, still reasonable time, in which event the Advocate 
shall so notify the Chair of the Hearing Board. 
 
	F.	If the primary witness chooses, she/he may have a 
representative at all hearings of the Hearing Board and/or through 
any appeals process.  The primary witness's advocate is to provide 
advocacy and emotional support for the primary witness.  When 
appropriate, if the primary witness chooses, the Advocate or a Peer 
Advocate may act as the primary witnessUs representative at all 
hearings of the Hearing Board and/or through any appeals process. 
The primary witness may also choose to have someone outside the 
Sexual Offense Prevention and Survivors' Advocacy Program serve 
as her/his representative.  Choosing a representative from within the 
Antioch community is encouraged.
 
	G.	If the respondent chooses, she/he may have a representative 
at all hearings of the Hearing Board and/or through any appeals process.  
The respondent's advocate is to provide advocacy and emotional support
for the respondent.  When appropriate, if the respondent chooses, the 
respondent may select an advocate from the list maintained by the Dean of 
Students' office of administrators and tenured faculty who have agreed to
serve in this role. This advocate may act as the respondent's representative 
at all hearings of the Hearing Board and/or through any appeals process. 
 
The respondent may also choose to have someone outside this list 
serve as her/his representative.  Choosing a representative from 
within the Antioch community is encouraged.
 
8.	The Hearing Board and any appellate body which hears a case 
under this policy shall administer its proceedings according to these 
fundamental assumptions:
 
	A.	There will be no reference to the past consensual, non-
violent sexual contact and/or conduct of either the primary witness 
or the respondent.
 
	B. 	No physical evidence of a sexual offense is necessary to 
determine that one has occurred, nor is a visit to the hospital or the 
administration of a rape kit required. The primary witness shall be 
supported by the Advocate in whatever decisions she/he makes, and 
be informed of legal procedures regarding physical evidence. 
 
	C. 	The fact that a respondent was under the influence of drugs 
or alcohol or mental dysfunction at the time of the sexual offense 
will not excuse or justify the commission of any sexual offense as 
defined herein, and shall not be used as a defense.
 
9.	This policy is intended to deal with sexual offenses which 
occurred in the Antioch community, and/or with an Antioch 
community member, on or after February 7, 1991.  Sexual offenses 
which occurred prior to that date were still a violation of community 
standards, and should be addressed through the policies and 
governance structures which were in effect at the time of the offense.
 
THE HEARING BOARD

1.	The Hearing Board's duties are:
	a) 	to hear all sides of the story; 
	b) 	to investigate as appropriate; 
	c) 	to determine if a violation of this policy has occurred; 
	d)	to develop, in consultation with the Dean of Students and the 
Advocate, an appropriate remedy in cases where mandatory remedies are not 
prescribed in this policy;
 
e) 	to prepare a written report setting forth its findings which it 
distributes to the parties involved and the Dean of Students.
2.	The Hearing Board will consist of three community 
representatives as voting members and the Dean of Students as an ex-
officio member.
 
3.	By the end of each Spring quarter, nine representatives will be 
chosen to form a Hearing Board pool to begin serving at the 
beginning of the next academic year (Fall quarter) for the duration 
of that academic year: three each from the categories of students, 
faculty, and administrators/staff members.
 
	A.	The nine members of the Hearing Board pool shall be 
appointed by ADCIL from the following recommended candidates:
		1)	Six students recommended by COMCIL;
		2)	Six faculty members recommended by the Dean of Faculty 
and FEC;
		3)	Six administrators/staff members who shall be 
recommended by the President of the College.
 
	B.	At least five members of the Hearing Board pool shall be 
women.
	C.	Three of the representatives shall be appointed by ADCIL to 
serve each quarter as a Hearing Board.  One Hearing Board member 
must be from each of the three categories listed above, and at least 
one member must be a person of color.  
 
For every case which is heard, at least one Hearing Board member 
must be the same sex as the primary witness, and at least one Hearing 
Board member must be the same sex as the respondent.
 
	D.	One member of the Hearing Board shall be designated by 
ADCIL to serve as Chair.  The Chair shall preside for all Hearing 
Board meetings that quarter, and shall make the necessary physical 
arrangements to convene the Hearing Board (i.e., contact Hearing 
Board members, notify all parties involved of date, time, place, etc.,)
 
	E.	The six representatives who are not serving in a particular 
quarter shall be alternates in case an active member is not available 
or has a conflict of interest.
 
	F.	If an active member of the Hearing Board has a conflict of 
interest in the case, that member is responsible to report the conflict 
as soon as possible.  ADCIL shall be responsible to determine if the 
conflict requires replacing the member, with an alternate chosen by 
ADCIL to immediately take her/his place.  If convening ADCIL for 
this purpose would serve to delay the Hearing Board process, then 
the President shall make a determination regarding conflict and, if 
necessary, appoint an alternate.
 
4.	All members of the Hearing Board pool shall receive training by 
the Advocate and the College attorney regarding this policy and 
pertinent legal issues.
 
5.	The Hearing Board is expected to follow the procedures outlined 
in Appendix D.  Any procedures not covered in this policy, including 
Appendix D, shall be determined according to the discretion of the 
Hearing Board.
 
REMEDIES

1.	When a policy violation by a student is found by the Hearing 
Board, the Hearing Board shall also determine a remedy which is 
commensurate with the offense, except in those cases where 
mandatory remedies are prescribed in this policy.

	When a remedy is not prescribed, the Hearing Board shall 
determine the remedy in consultation with the Dean of Students and 
the Advocate, and shall include an educational and/or rehabilitation 
component as part of the remedy.
 
2.	For Rape:  In the event that the Hearing Board determines that the 
violation of rape has occurred, as defined under this policy, then the 
respondent must be expelled immediately.
 
3.	For Sexual Assault:  In the event that the Hearing Board 
determines that the violation of sexual assault has occurred, as 
defined under this policy, then the respondent must: a) be suspended 
immediately for a period of no less than six months; b) successfully 
complete a treatment program for sexual offenders approved by the 
Director of Counseling Services before returning to campus; and (c) 
upon return to campus, be subject to mandatory class and co-op 
scheduling so that the respondent and primary witness avoid, to the 
greatest extent possible, all contact, unless the primary witness agrees 
otherwise. 
 
	In the event that the Hearing Board determines that a second 
violation of sexual assault has occurred, with the same respondent, then the 
respondent must be expelled immediately.
 
4.	For Sexual Imposition:  In the event that the Hearing Board 
determines that the violation of sexual imposition has occurred, as 
defined under this policy, then the recommended remedy is that the 
respondent: a) be suspended immediately for a period of no less than 
three months; b) successfully complete a treatment program for 
sexual offenders approved by the Director of Counseling Services 
before returning to campus; and (c) upon return to campus, be 
subject to mandatory class and co-op scheduling so that the 
respondent and primary witness avoid, to the greatest extent possible, 
all contact, unless the primary witness agrees otherwise.
 
	 In the event that the Hearing Board determines that a second 
violation of sexual imposition has occurred, with the same 
respondent, then the recommended remedy is that the respondent: a) 
be suspended immediately for a period of no less than six months; b) 
successfully complete a treatment program for sexual offenders 
approved by the Director of Counseling Services before returning to 
campus; and (c) upon return to campus, be subject to mandatory 
class and co-op scheduling so that the respondent and primary 
witness avoid, to the greatest extent possible, all contact, unless the 
primary witness agrees otherwise.
 
	 In the event that the Hearing Board determines that a third 
violation of sexual imposition has occurred, with the same 
respondent, then the respondent must be expelled immediately.
 
5.	For Insistent and/or Persistent Sexual Harassment:  In the event 
that the Hearing Board determines that the violation of insistent 
and/or persistent sexual harassment has occurred, as defined under 
this policy, then the recommended remedy is that the respondent: a) 
be suspended immediately for a period of no less than six months; b) 
successfully complete a treatment program for sexual offenders 
approved by the Director of Counseling Services before returning to 
campus; and (c) upon return to campus, be subject to mandatory 
class and co-op scheduling so that the respondent and primary 
witness avoid, to the greatest extent possible, all contact, unless the 
primary witness agrees otherwise.
 
	 In the event that the Hearing Board determines that a second 
violation of insistent and/or persistent sexual harassment has 
occurred, with the same respondent, then the respondent must be 
expelled immediately.
 
6.	For Non-Disclosure of a Known Positive HIV Status:  In the event 
that the Hearing Board determines that there has been non-disclosure 
of a known positive HIV status, as defined under this policy, then the 
recommended remedy is that the respondent be expelled 
immediately.
 
7.	For Non-Disclosure of a Known Sexually Transmitted Disease: In 
the event that the Hearing Board determines that there has been non-
disclosure of a known sexually transmitted disease, as defined under 
this policy, then the recommended remedy is that the respondent be 
suspended immediately for a period of no less than three months.
 
	 In the event that the Hearing Board determines that there has 
been a second failure to disclose oneUs known sexually transmitted 
disease, as defined under this policy, then the recommended remedy 
is that the respondent be suspended immediately for a period of no 
less than six months.
 
	 In the event that the Hearing Board determines that there has 
been a third failure to disclose one's known sexually transmitted 
disease, as defined under this policy, then the recommended remedy 
is that the respondent be expelled immediately.
 
8.	In all cases, a second offense under this policy, regardless of 
category, must receive a more severe consequence than did the first 
offense if the second offense occurred after the Hearing BoardUs first 
finding of a respondent's violation of this policy. 
 
 
9.	The remedy for a third offense of this policy, regardless of 
category, must be expulsion, if the third offense occurred after the 
Hearing Board's first or second finding of a respondent's violation of 
this policy.
 
10.	It is the responsibility of the Dean of Students to ensure that 
the Hearing BoardUs remedies are carried out.
 
THE APPEALS PROCESS
1.	In the event that the respondent or primary witness is not satisfied 
with the decision of the Hearing Board, then she/he shall have the 
right to appeal the Hearing Board's decision within seventy-two 
hours of receiving that decision.
 
2.	In the event of an appeal, the College shall secure the services of a 
hearing review officer with experience in conducting arbitrations or 
administrative agency or other informal hearings. A hearing review 
officer, who is not a current member of the Antioch College 
community, shall be selected by ADCIL in consultation with the 
Advocate for the purpose of handling such appeals.   
 
3. 	The hearing review officer shall review the record(s) and/or 
written report(s) of the Hearing, any briefs or other written 
materials supplied to her/him by any of the involved parties, and 
meet with any of the involved parties which she/he determines 
appropriate, to determine if there was fundamental fairness in the 
Hearing process.  
 
The hearing review officer's analysis shall include a determination of 
whether the respondent was fully apprised of the charges against 
her/him; that the appealing party had a full and fair opportunity to 
tell her/his side of the story; and whether there was any malfeasance 
by the Hearing Board.  The hearing review officer will present 
her/his finding and recommendation for action, if any, to the 
President of the College.
 
CONFIDENTIALITY

1.	All of the proceedings of the Hearing Board, and all testimony 
given, shall be kept confidential.
 
2. 	For the duration of the Hearing process and any appeals 
process, the primary witness, the respondent, and any witnesses 
coming forward shall have the right to determine when and if their 
names are publicly released.  No one shall make a public release of a 
name not their own while the process is underway.  Any public 
breach of confidentiality may constitute a violation of community 
standards and be presented to the Community Standards Board for 
debate.
 
	A. The name of the primary witness shall not be considered 
public knowledge until such time that the primary witness releases 
her/his name publicly. 
 
	B. The name of the respondent shall not be considered public 
knowledge until such time that the respondent releases her/his name 
publicly, unless the respondent is found in violation of the policy, at 
which time the release of the respondent's name may be included 
with the release of the Hearing Board's findings.  The name of the 
respondent will be released with the Hearing Board's 
findings if a violation is found and the remedy includes the 
suspension or expulsion of the respondent. 
 
	C. The names of any witnesses who testify to the Hearing Board 
shall not be released publicly until such time that each witness chooses to
release her/his own name publicly.
 
3. 	In the event of an appeal, the appealing party (or the party 
considering the appeal) shall have the right to review any written 
and/or audio records of the hearing.  Such review shall take place on 
the Antioch campus with a member of the Hearing Board present. 
No materials are to be duplicated by any party; no materials are to 
be removed from the Antioch campus except to be given to the 
hearing review officer or to the College attorneys.
 
4. 	All members of the Hearing Board, including any note-takers, 
are bound to keep the contents of the proceedings confidential.
 
5. 	All written and/or audio records of the process which are kept 
by the Hearing Board are to be turned over to the College Attorneys 
at the conclusion of the appeals process, and shall be stored in their 
offices, to be disposed of when and as they see fit. 
 
EDUCATIONAL AND SUPPORT IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES
 
1.	A minimum of one educational workshop about sexual offenses, 
consent, and the nature of sexual offenses as they pertain to this 
policy will be incorporated into each quarterly orientation program 
for new students.  This workshop shall be conducted by the Advocate 
or by a person designated by the Advocate.  Attendance shall be 
required of all students new to the Antioch community.
 
2.	Workshops on sexual offense issues will also be offered during all 
study quarters.  The content of these workshops shall be determined 
by the Advocate.  Each student shall be required to attend at least one 
workshop each academic year for which she/he is on campus for one 
or more study quarters, effective Fall 1992. Attendance records shall 
be maintained, and given to the Registrar's office.  This requirement 
must be completed for graduation [pending approval by the faculty].  
 
	a.	It is recommended to the faculty that it develop a policy 
encouraging all faculty members to attend workshops on sexual 
offenses.  
 
	b.	Further, it is recommended to the College and University 
administration that all employees working on the Antioch College 
campus be encouraged to attend workshops on sexual offenses.
 
3.	A one-credit P.E. self-defense course with an emphasis on 
womenUs self-defense will be offered each quarter.  This course 
should be open to all Antioch community members free of charge.
 
4.	Permanent support groups for female and male survivors of 
sexual offenses will be established and maintained through 
Counseling Services and/or the Sexual Offense Prevention and 
Survivors' Advocacy Program. 
 
5.	A Peer Advocacy Program will be maintained that shall consist of 
both female and male community members, recruited and trained by 
the Advocate.  The Peer Advocates shall provide information and 
emotional support for sexual offense victims/survivors and primary 
witnesses.  The peer advocates shall work with the Advocate in 
educating the community about sexual offenses and sexual wellness. 
 
6.	A support network for students who are on Co-op will be 
maintained by the Advocate and the Sexual Offense Prevention and 
Survivors' Advocacy Program, with trained crisis contact people 
available.

29 years ago, Antioch’s sexual consent form was mocked. Today, it’s more relevant than ever.

Follow this link to read the article.

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