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Recently, campus sexual assault has received widespread attention with renewed efforts to include men in violence prevention efforts. Specifically, many campuses have adopted affirmative consent policies that place more responsibility on men to take a proactive approach to rape prevention. This study uses data from 25 semi-structured interviews to explore how undergraduate men make sense of sexual consent after the enactment of these policies. Respondents answered questions about their sexualdoi:10.17605/osf.io/eqfya fatcat:5dbwt3dzinexjeec6q2bwjgkwi