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But How Can You Label That As Sexual Assault?

This extract from page 50 in Practice And All is Coming answers that question.
"Third, speculative tangents that focus on what Jois intended when
he groped or digitally penetrated his student ride on an all-too common misunderstanding of sexual assault. Sexual assault is not defined by the assaulter’s intentions, nor even by the interpretation of the victim. This latter point is crucial for protecting children, or those who live in such sexually violent environments, or who have been so deeply influenced by rape culture and misogyny, that they may not be able to articulate that they’ve been sexually assaulted. Sexual assault is defined by what
actually occurs between two people: non-consensual sexual contact with or penetration of a victim’s body. 
Many experts emphasize that the power differential between the two people is a key factor in assault."