At ConsentMate, we strive to emphasize the importance of sexual safety inside and out of the bedroom. It is our mission to create a safe space to record the transfer of consent between you and your partner(s) after a sexual interaction and educate more people when it comes to performing sex safely. With our integrated digital platform, we work to safeguard your sexual security and that of all others. At the end of the day, our goal is to end all non-consensual acts while providing protection for everyone outside of the bedroom.
What ConsentMate Is and Our Mission
(and your access to your held information) *
How Your Information Is Protected
After submission, your filed ConsentMate information is stored within our 256-bit encrypted vaults hosted by our friends at AWS.
Through the "Access" portal, you can submit a form and we will verify your identity, from where you will receive your recorded information.
After we verify that the person trying to access your recorded information is warranted to do so, we will provide access for the specific day requested and your information will be transmitted through the Email associated with your account.
The details recorded and uploaded through our servers are encrypted and digitally stored in our marked vaults with the account user and other party(s) involved in the interaction being the only people able to gain access to the specifics from that date.
Once all information has been filled and the form is completed, all that has been documented will be uploaded through the servers on which ConsentMate safely stores your details.
First, ConsentMate will give the user(s) a unique code to link them together. Each user is expected to fill out the consent form on their own device, which includes a quick question to confirm the nature of the interaction that took place.
Consent is to be given and maintained throughout all points of any sexual interaction (before, during, and after)
Drinking and drugs impact consent and someones ability to give consent
More than 2 out of every 3 sexual assaults go unreported
Approximately every 68 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted
On average, there are 463,634 victims (age 12 or older) of rape and sexual assault each year in the United States
(Statistics from RAINN)
Also visit our "Frequently Asked Questions" page to learn how to be safer in certain situations.
Yes vs. No:
Gives users the ability to choose if they do or do not consent to the interaction. Most sites only allow for users to say yes.
Separate Device Format/Filing:
Users have to create separate accounts to file a consent form. Most sites allow for filing through one account, which is what often leads to false records or external pressure.
Before and After Filing:
User details whether the form was filled out before or after the interaction. Most sites only provide the ability to consent before and disregard that consent needs to be maintained throughout an entire interaction.
Provides Learning Resources:
Users have quick access to learning resources from some of the most accredited sources, including CDC and RAINN, regarding consent and intercourse. Most sites do not work to teach users about safer sex and consent.
Connection To Law Enforcement:
Users are able to quickly connect to law enforcement via the “Emergency” button at the bottom of every page if every needed. Most sites do not mention law enforcement at all.
How This Works...
(a simplified description of how we are different)