Feminists want men who’ve had sex with women to be assumed guilty of rape, unless they can prove the woman gave consent. Men are guilty until proven innocent, an affront on due process. Men are open to charges of rape from women who later regret the encounter, despite having consented at the time.
There are many reasons why women lie about having been raped, and the first three pieces in our list of ‘key posts’ – here – cover the issue. Two were written by women, Hannah Wallen (‘6 dangerous rape myths’) and Janet Bloomfield (’13 reasons women lie about being raped’). The third is by Jonathan Taylor (’10 reasons false rape allegations are common’).
Feminists have failed to explain how men can prove consent, so someone’s come up with the good idea of an application (‘app’) which will make a 20-second video recording of a woman giving consent before sex. It’s an unfortunately necessary and practical response to the problem men face in proving consent, so predictably feminists are up in arms. This won’t help their mythical ‘rape culture’ narrative at all. An interesting piece from Community of the Wrongly Accused.