Tom Golden looks into the painful experience of being falsely accused of rape
False rape accusations are nothing new, with evidence for practice going back thousands of years. Peter Wright showcases examples from the nineteenth century.
The following gives an account of false sexual assault and rape allegations, and the reasons women manufactured them, that were commonplace 120 years ago when the below article was written by E. Belfort Bax. Were the methods of evidence-gathering 120 years ago faulty? Definitely. Were some genuine victims of sexual assault disbelieved? Unfortunately, yes. Were […]
Amid the scorched earth pogrom that has overrun the NFL attendant to the Ray Rice fiasco, there was some encouraging news that at least one head of a sports promotion once again proved that he can be trusted to handle the domestic violence issue properly.
The Canadian Association for Equality continues to face harassment from fascist thugs whose sole purpose is to protect fragile ladies from ideas they don’t want to hear.
An anonymous source gives Robert O’Hara a copy of a controversial Title IX complaint. The lack of evidence and failed logic shock more than the accusations themselves. All of this in the middle of the biggest government fed rape hysteria ever staged in the media. The phrase: “war on women” will never mean the same after reading this.
In 2011 the Department of Education issued its disastrous “Dear Colleague” letter to universities, requiring unqualified administrators to determine the guilt and innocence of students accused of felony sexual assault. Predictably, placing legal matters in the hands of amateurs has led to failures of justice, prompting a wave of lawsuits against universities by those wrongly accused. Jonathan Taylor provides a snapshot of developments.
False rape accusations are nothing new on university campus, but what is new is that men are beginning to fight back. Kevin Hornbuckle gives details of the latest “rape” claim from the University of Oregon, along with the many anomalies that authorities turned a blind eye to in their enthusiasm to brand male students as rapists.
Karen Stollznow, skeptic writer and now notorious harassment accuser of Ben Radford, another prominent skeptic, is currently engaged in a campaign against him in which she makes a number of demonstrably false claims. Robert O’Hara brings you the details.
Dan Perrins recently sounded a warning on the pages of AVfM that if lawyers, social workers, vindictive exes, or any other people lie about men in court, he would expose their lies. Which brings him to the behaviour of Brantford lawyer David Maltby.
When Conor Oberst decided to strike back against false rape accusations he didn’t realise that he was up against something much bigger. Diana Davison offers Conor some advice on how to fight False Rape Culture.
“We live in a rape culture, and don’t you ever forget it, not even for one minute!” Robert St. Estephe explores the psychology of the sick minds who invent false rape accusations for their own pleasure and amusement.