A woman alleges she was sexually assaulted at a party. The accused is a prominent man who has been known to indulge in adult beverages. Evidence is lacking. Witnesses are unreliable. No corroboration is forthcoming. The woman is portrayed as an innocent victim, the man as privileged and arrogant. And the whole fracas becomes a […]
The false-accusations game starts young.
Maybe its time for suspending belief.
Janice Fiamengo takes a look at due process
Mark Dent expresses his appreciation for Trump for going where no other man in his position dares to go
Gentlemen start your engines. Jewel Eldora returns,
Response to Bettina Arndt’s University speaking tour about rape hysteria: Federal Education Minister is proposing protesters have to pay for security rather than the people they are protesting against.
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.