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What "freely consented" mean ?
Only if the invested parties are both standing on equal footing in terms of power with regard to the agreement/action.
This statement assumes that objection to personal preference is the sole proprietor of what constitutes morality
People who don't participate in an action might still be affected by it. How an action affects people, or how it might affect people, has some bearing on the rightness or wrongness of that action.
What if the bad influences of participants actions are on the environment, or on cultural heritage for example?
Consent is one of the primary markers of justice in human encounters.
Given that the consent was informed- i.e. all consequences clearly outlined, no misleading information
Unless it's a group of people agreeing to do something that will have a negative affect on others
If I take a photograph of a crowd, and I didn't ask all human subjects if I could take their picture, is that immoral?