False Allegations by Feminists and by Their Male Running DogsI made a point that to prevent getting raped, women should avoid high risk situations, for example the vicinity of criminals and of alcoholics. It was in the context of a movie about the large fraction of Native American females who were raped. I pointed out the three fold higher rate of alcoholism in their males.
As a result, dozens of feminists, and dozens of their male running dogs accused me of being a rapist, and a pedophile. The fraction of false allegations in that instance was 100%. If the rate of false allegations against a stranger the feminist has never met is 100%, and who has done nothing to them, what is it if they hold a grudge against a guy? For example, they made him feel terrible, and he wants nothing to do with them. They are angry and frustrated by his rejection, and now they make an allegation of rape or of sexual abuse.
Nor, am I committing an Exception Fallacy, attributing a feature found in a few. The allegations were by the dozens, and even by the majority of the commentators.
All allegations of sexual abuse, assault or harassment should be screened with a polygraph examination, prior to the start of an expensive and time consuming investigation. If a false allegation is made to a government official, that is a crime. It should be prosecuted. There should be a mandatory sentence like that of Martha Stewart for lying about getting a phone call warning her to sell her shares. She made that statement to the FBI, in an informal conversation, in her living room, not under oath. She was sentenced to 5 months in prison, 5 months house arrest, and 2 years of probation, not for insider trading, but for her false statement to a government official about a phone call.
The accusation of a sexual assault is far more damaging, and the punishment should be proportional to the damages to the defendant. If a school or an employer believes the false allegation, and launches a false investigation, then they should be sued for all legal costs, including any trial costs,
for damages to the reputation of the defendant, and for his mental distress. If they are biased, or had knowledge, or should have known, exemplary damages, usually triple, are legally justified. To deter.