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For parents, Stanford case can start a conversation about consent




People ride bikes past Hoover Tower on the Stanford University campus on May 22, 2014 in Stanford, California.
People ride bikes past Hoover Tower on the Stanford University campus on May 22, 2014 in Stanford, California.
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Earlier this month, Brock Turner, a former student at Stanford University, was sentenced for the sexual assault of an unconscious woman.

A judge gave him six months, even though his convictions earned him a potential sentence of up to 14 years in prison.

That decision has sparked outrage and protest. It's also given parents an opportunity to have a very frank discussion about physical boundaries and moral responsibility with their kids.

But how do you do that? How much can you share and in what way?

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