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Chicago Tribune Interviews Dr. Kerulis on Sexual Consent App 07.20.15
Chicago Tribune Interviews Dr. Kerulis on Sexual Consent App
07.20.15

Chicago Tribune interviewed Michele Kerulis, Ed.D., about We-Consent, an app that records video and audio of two parties giving consent for a sexual encounter.

Kerulis expressed concern that the app would not be as useful if one party rescinded consent during sex. She added, “I don’t think there is a one right answer to encouraging young adults — and older adults — to have these conversations.”

Dr. Kerulis is a licensed clinical professional counselor and certified sport psychology consultant. She is also program director of Adler University's counseling specialization in sport and health psychology.

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