“The term ‘lustful disposition’ perpetuates outdated rape myths that sexual assault, including child sex abuse, results from an uncontrollable sexual urge or a sexual need that is not met,” the court wrote, referring to a nearly 100-year-old doctrine that allowed prosecutors to admit evidence of prior, uncharged acts by a defendant against the same victim in a sexual assault case.


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