Firstly, that's not what I asked. You implied that men were at as much risk of being falsely accused of sexual harassment and/or rape as women were of actually having those crimes happen to them. Regardless of those high-profile examples you cited, do you have any proof that this is something happening in wider society?
Secondly, you do understand that "unproven accusation" doesn't automatically equate to "false accusation", right?
I have as much evidence as you do for the contrary. Wich is no more than anecdotal if you exclude theese high profile cases. I mean I could say that the police and/or fbi report says 1 in 1000 women actually are some kind of victim, witch also does not mean actual rape, yet you will disregard it cuz you just dont want to belive it.
On your second point, that to me seams ovbious, but does that to you mean that there is always something true to it that just hasent been found? Because I dont beelive that. I also dont believe that every women is just out to get a man for revenge for any little thing. But you see theese high profile cases like the recent hearing and you can just garantee that there is political motivation and I will lean to its a lie. And im glad the higher ups also lean in that direction. Remember, we live in a country where is innocent untill proven guilty, not guilty until proven innocent.
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