Monday, July 21, 2008

It seems "highly unlikely that a woman would make a false accusation of rape." Excuse me?

This Web site need not exaggerate when we make the point that the radical feminist sexual assault counseling industry engages in pervasive patterns of spreading untruths when it comes to false rape claims.

This Web site need not exaggerate when we make the point that the radical feminist sexual assault counseling industry is bent on disingenuously convincing the general public that false claims are a "myth."

We need only quote from them.

The following is from the Web site of Rape Crisis Network Ireland. No comment is necessary to underscore the misandry at work here:

Myths about rape and sexual violence

MYTH: Women often make false accusations of rape.

FACT: Reporting sexual abuse involves complex, invasive and sometimes traumatic procedures. Women who have been subjected to sexual abuse are often treated with suspicion and disbelief. Taking these factors into consideration makes it seem highly unlikely that a woman would make a false accusation of rape.

Impact of the false allegations myth: Victims are disbelieved by family, friends and acquaintances, particularly if the rapist is known to them, because it is suspected she/he may harbour motives of revenge or spite. As a result victims do not report or proceed with prosecutions and those around her are reinforced in the belief that she lied in the first place.