Monday, December 31, 2007

About this Web site

This Web site was started by a U.S.-based attorney to help raise awareness about Western Civilization's taboo epidemic, wrongful rape claims. In recent years, our society has declared war on rape, and numerous measures have been adopted to make reporting rape easier than ever. It also has become easier to make false rape claims. In the process, we have allowed an entire class of victim -- those falsely accused of the vile crime of rape -- to be treated as nothing more than flotsam, collateral damage in what many regard as the more important war on rape, despite the grievous harm falsely accused men and boys often suffer.

Every unbiased study ever conducted on false rape claims shows that they are a significant problem, and objectively verifiable data indicates that likely close to half of all rape claims, and possibly more, are false. Yet sexual assault counselors often disingenuously refer to false rape accusations as a "myth."

Victims of false rape claims cut across every socio-economic class but are almost exclusively male. The crime of making a false rape report has become unnecessarily gender-politicized and so embroiled in the radical feminist sexual assault milieu that it has been improperly removed from the public discourse about rape.

While we have made reporting rape claims, both true and false, easier than ever, we refuse to address the special needs of the presumed innocent men and boys who are charged with rape, and who too often turn out to have been falsely accused. By any measure, denigrating the experience of the wrongly accused by dismissing their victimization as a "myth" or as unworthy of our discussion, much less our protection, is not merely dishonest but morally grotesque.