A culture of consent is imperative to making public space safe enough for women and men to socially engage with each other in a healthy, fair, equal, and fun way for everybody. Don't want people feeling "paranoid" or "playing the blame game"? Well, don't be part of the problem! STAND UP FOR CONSENT. Don't body shame. Don't coerce. Don't victim blame. EVER.
Private George Corbit of the 14th Connecticut died in a Washington D.C. hospital after he was wounded on William Roulette's farm at Antietam. He is one of three men from Coventry who were mortally wounded at the battle. He is buried in Center Cemetery in Coventry.