Consenting to sex is only consenting to sex, not pregnancy.
And consenting to pulling a trigger is only consenting to pulling a trigger, not shooting the gun.
And consenting to jumping in a pool is only consenting to jumping in a pool, not getting wet.
Scientifically speaking, we live in a world of cause and effect. If you commit an act ordered towards a certain effect, you are implicitly consenting to that effect. To deny this is to deny reason.
I’m pretty sure things apply differently when you have to consent to something to use your body.
1. Note, that what has occurred is that I have made an argument for a general principle (Commitment to an act ordered towards a certain effect is commitment to the effect, (although for the sake of precision, I should say to the possibility of that effect,)) and in your comment, you are claiming an exception to that general principle (Commitment to an act ordered towards a certain effect is commitment to the possibility of that effect, EXCEPT when one is consenting to another’s use of their body.) Given that the general principle is accepted, (and I assume it is accepted since instead of arguing the general principle you chose to use a weaker tactic of argument which is claiming an exception, therefore accepting the general principle,) and you’ve made an unsupported claim for an exception, the burden of proof is on you to tell me why I should accept your exception. You have not done that yet.
2. It would seem this general principle holds true EVEN MORE when one consents to something (or rather, someone) using their body as it involves the rights and responsibilities of another, not just the one. For example, if I consent to the act of donating my organ, I am consenting to the consequence of not having that kidney anymore. If I donate my kidney, and then get cancer in my remaining kidney, I cannot go to the person I donated the kidney to and say, “I need my kidney back, give it to me.” I can hope that someone else donates a kidney to me, but I cannot “undo” the original donation. I have committed to the donation.
Committing an act doesn’t necessarily mean commitment.
Just gonna let that stand as it is. Your contradiction attests to the validity of my argument.