More than this, it’s important to understand that consent can be given and taken away at any point leading up to and even during a sexual act. Sure, the woman might’ve initially wanted some type of sexual interaction. Yet, somewhere along the line, the man said or did something that made her uncomfortable. She lost interest in taking things to the next level, so she started dropping hints, both verbal and non-verbal, to indicate that she changed her mind. Men should possess enough emotional intelligence and self-awareness to discern when women are not only uninterested, but also downright uncomfortable. A woman going quiet, deflecting, pulling away from an embrace, redirecting hands, and/or tensing up is not a woman who wants to engage in any type of sexual interaction.