If I can turn back to the codification of J.A., I take what you're saying, that it's, to your mind, unsatisfactory with regard to just having that the complainant is unconscious, but there is the (b) part of that as well, though, that the complainant is incapable of consenting to the activity for any other reason. That kind of puts in two parts to replace the paragraph (b) that's already there. Do you not feel that the (b) part, adding the words “for any other reason”, would mitigate what you're saying, that it would include where people are just short of unconsciousness or incapable for other reasons, and it wouldn't put a time period on it of how far back you'd have to go? It would kind of answer that question. Either you're unconscious or you're incapable for any other reason.
Don't you think that answers the question?