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Could this be Australian's first stealthing court case

What had started as a fun, consensual hook up turned terrifying when Will realised his partner had taken the condom off and ejaculated inside him.

Will was understandably shaken, and looking for a way to understand what had happened to him.

Stealthing, or nonconsensual condom removal during sex, has been getting a whole lot of attention around the world after the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law published a study on the practice. Author Alexandra Brodsky described it as "rape adjacent", meaning next to or connected to rape. 

As we've been covering the issue on Hack, the response has been overwhelming: the name for it might be new but clearly, the act is not. What wasn't clear was how it would be treated under the law. Last week, a Swiss court upheld a 12-month suspended sentence for a man convicted of stealthing. But in Australia, it doesn't appear to have legal precedent.