How strong is the evidence for the use of date-rape drugs? Trudy Dare investigates.
Hanna Wallen tells the story of false accuser Souad Faress, and of collusion that is hiding her crime from public view.
The sexual abuse hysteria currently sweeping the Western world was gradual in its rise to prominence. Dr Gerald Schoenewolf shares a paper he delivered on the topic back in 1991.
In the rush to nail men as sexual abusers we often forget one thing: to look at the evidence.
Modern gynocentrism teaches that sex is a privilege, but it wasn’t always so. It was once a duty, backed by shame and punishment of men who didn’t measure up for wives.
As the snowflakes launch a blizzard of long-delayed sexual accusations, August Løvenskiolds wipes some old frost from his goggles.
High-quality, nationally representative survey data indicate that rape of men is about as prevalent as rape of women. Moreover, under current understandings of rape, women rape men about as often as men rape women. At the same time, criminal justice systems are highly biased toward punishing men. That produces a stark gender inequality. On any […]
Feminist say uni ‘rapists’ are guilty until proven otherwise, and the trend is set to grow in Australia.
Tom Golden provides the conclusions that the mainstream media will not.
Do women lie about being raped? You bet they do, and the sequelae for accused men is devastating.
As with sexual assault hysteria on college campuses, Michael Conzachi underlines the same phenomenon taking place in our military institutions.
Yes means yes, no means no, but what does just going along mean? Janice Fiamengo explains the sordid details of the Mandy Gray case.