Is there a more perfect example of how neo-feminism and the sexual revolution have ruined sex? I don’t think so.

Before heading out on a date, booty call, or a late-night Netflix and chill, LegalFling allows users to send a sexual consent contract via a phone app.

From LegalFling:

Sex should be fun and safe, but nowadays a lot of things can go wrong. Think of unwanted videos, withholding information about STDs and offensive porn reenactment. While you’re protected by law, litigating any offenses through court is nearly impossible in reality. LegalFling creates a legally binding agreement, which means any offense is a breach of contract. By using the Live Contracts protocol, your private agreement is verifiable using the blockchain and enforceable with a single click.

“A lot can go wrong.” Yes, like hooking up will countless people, treating sex as an act as casual as reading a book, and then blaming other people for remorse-filled, poor decision-making. But I digress.

Users can even select the kinds of sexual engagement they’re comfortable with:

Everything, and I mean, everything about this is wrong.

If you must have a contract to protect yourself from the person with whom you want to have sex, I don’t know, MAYBE DON’T HAVE SEX THEM?!

Hookup culture has destroyed intimacy and has successfully perverted sex from a joy and connection between two loving partners in a committed relationship into a legal contract.

Ten years ago, this was parody. Sadly, it’s become reality.