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?
What, the discussion was entirely about the feeling of safety. It started off with a list of how women feel unsafe. Neither for rape or false accusations was more cited than the feeling it could happen.So far I have to see proof for either in this thread.
And for secondly: do you know why we have built up standards for prosecution over the years? If you undermine them by destroying peoples lifes without a proper court, it will blow in your face. Because mighty people can manipulate suchj stuff muhc easier. So if in the future twitter mobs can pressure comanies to fire people the mob dislikes, this wiill surely not make our society better.