Agreement to participate in sexual activity; consent can be given through words or actions but must be knowing (with full understanding of the situation), clear (unambiguous), and freely given (uncoerced); consent can be revoked at any time; and consent cannot be given by anyone under age 18 in Wisconsin.
The actual or threatened physical, sexual, emotional, or financial abuse of an individual by someone with whom they have a current or prior intimate relationship or shared residence.
Non-consensual sexual contact or intercourse (vaginal, anal, or oral penetration) by a penis, tongue, finger, or object, no matter how slight, or mouth-genital contact.
Use of tactics like pressure, trickery, or emotional force to get someone to agree to sex.
Any intentional or forced sexual touching by one person of another person, whether with a body part or object, without consent. Sexual touching includes contact with the breasts, buttocks, groin, or genitals of either person.
Taking non-consensual or abusive sexual advantage of another, whether by invading sexual privacy (viewing or causing someone to view sexual activity or sharing sexual images without permission), possessing or transmitting child pornography, knowingly transmitting a sexually transmitted infection, or prostituting another person.
Unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature (sex talk, sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, etc.) that is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates a hostile environment; sexual relations between persons of unequal status may be perceived as sexual harassment, and a single act of sexual violence constitutes sexual harassment.