The time frame in which to fix a loophole in Oklahoma's forcible sodomy law is closing soon.
A court ruling prompted the push for a change after a state law mandated that “it’s not considered rape if a person forces oral sex on another person that is intoxicated or unconscious.”
New language was introduced in a House conference committee earlier this month and authored by Rep. Scott Biggs. Some senators said the rewriting of the law has too broad of a definition of consent. According to them, this issue could lead to overcharging crimes.