Yeah, this right here shows why "enthusiastic consent" is so black and white. Sex is really so often about the gray and forcing people into trying to see only in black and white does no one any favors - not just legally (which I think we've covered), but personally.For my own self… if someone asks me? The answer is no.
Can I kiss you? Nope.
I have no problem discussing any/all aspects OF sex with people, whether I’m sleeping with them or not, but my personal preference disallows that during sex, or in preamble to sex.
If enthusiastic consent is the rule, Friday is either never going to have sex again, or will have to break the rule (which may be more fun for her anyway, I don't know). But teaching that enthusiastic consent is the ONLY way is going to add to a lot of people's shame around sex, not lessen it.
Teaching that anything is the only way is just asking for trouble.