Tea Consent

If you’re still struggling with consent,
just imagine instead of initiating sex, you’re making them a cup of tea.
You say “hey, would you like a cup of tea?” and they go “oh my god, I would LOVE a cup of tea! Thank you!” then you know they want a cup of tea.
If you say “hey, would you like a cup of tea?” and they’re like “um I’m not really
sure…” then you can make them a cup of tea or not, but be aware that they might not
drink it, and if they don’t drink it then – then and this is the important part –  don’t
make them drink it. Just because you made it doesn’t mean you are entitled to watch
them drink it. And If they say “No thank you” then don’t
make them tea. At all. Just don’t make them tea, don’t make them drink tea, don’t
get annoyed at them for not wanting tea. They just don’t want tea, ok?
They might say “Yes please, that’s kind of you” and then when the tea arrives they
actually don’t want the tea at all. Sure, that’s kind of annoying as you’ve gone to
all the effort of making the tea, but they remain under no obligation to drink the tea.
They did want tea, now they don’t. Some people change their mind in the time it takes
to boil that kettle, brew the tea and add the milk. And it’s ok for people to change
their mind, and you are still not entitled to watch them drink.
And If they are unconscious, don’t make them tea. Unconscious people don’t want
tea and can’t answer the question “do you want tea” because they’re are unconscious.
Ok, maybe they were conscious when you asked them if they wanted tea, and they said yes,
but in the time it took you to boil that kettle, brew the tea and add the milk they
are now unconscious. You should just put the tea down, make sure the unconscious person
is safe, and this is the important part again – don’t make them drink the tea. They
said yes then, sure, but unconscious people don’t wanttea.
If someone said yes to tea, started drinking it, and then passed out before they’d finished
it, don’t keep on pouring it down their throat. Take the tea away and make sure they
are safe.  Because unconscious people don’t want tea. Trust me on this.
If someone said “yes” to tea around your house last Saturday, that doesn’t mean that
they want you to make them tea all the time. They don’t want you to come around unexpectedly
to their place and make them tea and force them to drink it going “BUT YOU WANTED TEA
LAST WEEK”, or to wake up to find you pouring tea down their throat going “BUT YOU WANTED
TEA LAST NIGHT”. If you can understand how completely ludicrous
it is to force people to have tea when they don’t wanttea, and you are able to understand
when people don’t want tea, then how hard is it to understand it when it comes to sex?
Whether it’s tea or sex, Consent Is Everything. And on that note, I am going to make myself
a cup of tea.

100 thoughts on “Tea Consent

  1. Video: Would you like a cup of tea?
    Me: Yes, I want to have a cup of tea

  2. If someone invites a person over for tea and biscuits and are expressly enjoying themselves and you offer them another and they hesitantly say no because they dont want others to think they are a pig for eating too many or say no for whatever reason although you can tell they'd enjoy another and you offer them another one. Does that person have the right to be mad? DId the person feeding the tea and biscuits do something bad?

  3. And if you make tea with interesting or strange creamers and add-ins in it, always tell the person beforehand and make sure they are okay with that.

  4. Some people change their mind after they drank they tea, and you end up going to prison for it xD

  5. 1:55 At this point, you should probably take the tea to a forensics lab to test it for poison.

  6. If you ask, "would you like a cup of tea?" and they say, "Why would you ask me that, you pervert? I'm calling the police!" then they're probably overreacting, and a simple "no" would have sufficed. If, however, you asked "would you like to have sex?" then the above reaction is a lot more reasonable, and you should tread very lightly. For that matter, you should have already treaded more lightly before asking for sex. And for the love of God, DO NOT rape there person who rejected you.

  7. こういうの学校で流せ。先生も楽だろ言葉選ばんでもええし座っとるだけでええから

  8. Lmao this was played during college orientation and she panicked and scrammed to pause when he said "omg fuck yeah I want some fucking tea"

  9. Big meme at school cause they played this on announcements also if you think of sex like tea that's like even worse cause like, tea is more common we're gonna be like yeah yeah sex to drink 3 times a day

  10. They showed this in my school for sex ed and I was never so uncomfortable

  11. So instead of making the subject matter more clear, precise and concrete, you chose to use a loose metaphor which makes things more confusing, more open to interpretation and more abstract. This is bad. You are bad at this.

  12. Yea cause Rapists don't understand what consent is, yea sure… We all know what fucking consent is, rapists don't give a fuck

  13. If someone hates tea and likes coffee, say, but you force feed them tea every day, if you decide to be a bit more humane, so give them less tea to drink, that still doesn't mean they have to drink the tea.

  14. is it bad if I am laughing right now, he just cares a lot about the tea,
    I do know what he is implying

  15. I love this. It should be shown in all High Schools and Universities too, for that matter. It should be shown to EVERYONE, especially boys! We've shown our High School kids and they totally get it. It's simple and makes sense and, the best thing is that they remember it. Brilliant!

  16. If I dont consent to be governed, I get arrested. If I dont agree with a law. for instance smoking weed, it doesnt matter if I personally consent, I must consent. How does the government get my consent?? Easy, they dont, you are forced to follow, you dont get asked. So maybe we need different words?

  17. They showed us the clean version in Citizenship today, it is a good analogy! And remember guys, unconcious people don't want tea.

  18. Another important note is that some people just prefer coffee. This is normal and fine. But they dont want tea. They have no interest tea so you shouldnt pressure them to drink it. Nor should you shame, dehumanize, or try to convince them that its unnatural to like coffee

  19. My sister's made me watch this when I brought girls over and I laugh every time the family I live in. P.S. I AM 25

  20. 2:20 Not actually always true – it was actually a major fantasy of my partners to wake up to find me "pouring tea down his throat" and one I helped him live – he loved it.

  21. We watched this in class 😂 was funny asfff it’s more funny when you watch it at school


  23. Also, if someone seems strangely irrational or drunk, even if they want to drink tea they might choke on it, or wake up with a stomach ache wondering why they wanted tea so badly in the first place.

  24. This literally was made by clinically diagnosed idiots. Not one logical thing in this. Not a single one.

  25. Tea consent and sex consent are not the same thing. Why? Because why on earth would anyone make someone drink tea?? No reason to do that. There is a reason however to make someone have sex if they don't want. The reason is one person wanting sexual pleasure/satisfaction so they try to get the other to go along with them. Sex is about pleasure. There is no pleasure at all to be gained (or anything to be gained) in forcing tea on someone. So tea consent and sex consent are not the same

  26. What if you don't ask if the person wants tea, you just make some. It seems like the other person wants tea, but they never explicitly say yes or no. Unsure if they actually want tea or not, you begin to give them the tea… THEN, JUST AS YOU BEGIN, the person says that they don't want tea. At that very moment they said no, you immediately stop giving them tea.

    Is that rape?

  27. Teachers showed this to us for a sex Ed/consent talk. Everyone went berserk with laughter at the end.

  28. Read this. It’s funny.

    This made me crave tea and I made it. I want tea. If it’s cold I don’t want tea. Don’t make me have the tea. Ok I’m gonna have the tea. Anaoop sksksk spill the tea sis. Don’t spill the tea I like tea. Thanks for reading always make sure THAT the person wants tea ❤️ and wear a tea bag u jerk.

  29. Ok so I made tea and my girlfriend is sitting in bed with me confused. Solutions???

  30. We were trying to watch this in my Religion Class and the teacher didn’t realise this wasn’t the clean version and can i just say, my teacher’s face at 0:11 was priceless!

  31. 1:10 No, you can't correlate the time it takes to boil the kettle for someone to change their mind about sex. People shouldn't just tease someone about sex and then as soon as the guy gets an erection in bed with you, you change your mind? wtf? Am I the only one who has a problem with that? If you don't want to have sex, just say no but never say yes unless you're certain you do. How difficult is that to understand? Stop promoting this consent insisting crap when rape is usually both partners' fault.

  32. So if I have offered her "tea" and she didn't want any, would it be ok if I just took a seat beside her and finished the "tea" on my own?

  33. ༼ つ ◕o◕ ༽つWhat about consensual non consent. Someone said they want to act like they don't want tea but they want you to force it down their throat.

  34. I fucking harte this cioed stop saying teas so loud in my ears (earjholed adbn uf you let one gp) I FUCXK(ING HATWE YOU I HATE THIS VIDO!!!!! WE WATCHED IT IN rsp SEFJIOSEJGIOSEJTFAGBAGTAGLAGSLAGDAGDRAGunhinged

  35. So excited to get offers tea lol FUCK YES I WHOULD LOVE SOME FUCKING TEA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  36. What if you make the arrangement and make it absolutely clear that you want to have the tea while you’re unconscious?

  37. This really falls apart if the guest insists on having tea; you're still expected to give them some even if you don't feel like making it.

  38. So if i invite my girlfriend over for tea does that mean she consents as soon as she says yes?

  39. Hoesntly I think the main issue for people that still do not get the concept of consent is that they simply do not care about the harm they cause to others. Had an ex that was both very mentally and extremly sexually abusive to me. He would all the damn time beg for sex, which honestly made me not want to have sex with him as it was everytime I was with him. Made me feel like all he wanted me for was sex and thats it. Of course I would tell him no or tell him in however many weeks I would, just trying to get across to him that I wasn't intrested. I even told him that I wanted to slow down and he agreed to, top only keep begging for sex and say that i didn.t love him when I wouldn't give it to him. At times he would seriosuly impose himself unto me. Mhich would result in me about shouting rape loud enough for someone as we were hanging out in his dorm and I knew the walls were thin. Then he would stop as he didn;t wante to get convicted or accused of rape. Which would then turn into more emoitonal abuse and then he would sometimes resume in trying to impose himself onto me.

    He honestly didn't give a damn about how it made me feel and only gave a damn about himself. He was very mentally sick, potentially a psycopath as well which would explain why he didn't seem to care about how I felt.

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