Why Men Are Being Wrongly Accused Of Rape

Article here. Excerpt:

'A false allegation is an accusation that the complainant knows never actually occurred. But, as Professor Phil Rumney details, there may be false allegations that fall outside this definition, such as ‘non-malicious allegations from people with particular medical conditions who genuinely believe they are victims of rape or other sexual offences, but who are mistaken’. For some women, then, a false accusation may be founded upon a genuine belief that they were raped. Additionally, as Rumney points out, a person may allege rape without understanding what the legal definition of rape entails.

We are unlikely to know what drove the women making false accusations against Allan, Mears and Makele. But the #MeToo movement has brought to light a great deal of confusion around the meaning of rape. An Everyday Feminism article titled ‘How do I know if I’ve been raped?’ begins by stating: ‘There are a lot of lies out there that can make it hard to know if you were raped.’ But the difficulty of knowing whether or not you are a victim of a crime suggests the crime itself is now vaguely and subjectively defined.
Wrongful rape convictions are terrible for men who face the very real threat of imprisonment. They are also bad for women, convinced they are victims and unable to move on with their lives. To stop this, police need the resources to investigate crimes fully and we need to challenge the ‘believe the victim’ culture. But we also need to tell women that drunk sex, regretted sex and unwanted sex are not rape. For a rapist to be convicted he must know that his victim did not consent or was unable to consent to sex. Consent classes and the #MeToo movement risk presenting women as passive, fragile creatures lacking all capacity to tell men to remove wayward hands or that they do not want to have sex with them. This can only lead to more rape trials and more lives ruined in the future.'

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... of rape and the absence of evidence or presence of exculpatory evidence means nothing either to feminists nor the average person, unless he himself has been accused falsely of rape or she is close to a man who has been.

Accused = Guilty, even if the accused was in another country when the alleged crime took place. A rape accusation is like a witchcraft accusation back in the day. The accusation is sufficient to be presumed guilty.

So while avoiding banging college girls these days is a good precaution, ultimately any given man can be accused by virtually any given woman at any time.

That's why I don't worry about it. It's beyond my control completely. Like worrying about asteroids whacking the planet, worrying about it will not change a thing. So I fuck the women I feel like fucking and who feel likewise and that's all there is to it. If one day I am falsely accused of rape, so be it. It's right there with the big-assed asteroid whacking the planet.

Hey, why do those things always seem to land somewhere in Russia? I mean, I know Russia's big and all but really, what lousy luck.

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men can be falsely accused of committing. even more devastating is an accusation of child molestation. and let's not forget domestic violence. any of these accusations alone are enough to end a promising career and land a guy in jail for a very, very long time. I saw a while back where the average time served for guys freed by the 'innocence project' was 17 years. many would/could have been freed much earlier if only they had admitted their 'guilt'. making a princess mad in this nutcase society can and oft does destroy almost any man (see clinton exception). also, not to be forgotten, being falsely sent to prison for crimes against women/children can be a death sentence, or worse.

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