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False Accusations and Murder: More Headlines about the Effects of Finger-Pointing and Legal Abuse

“[W]hy would someone lie about being sexually assaulted? What could be gained from that? Nothing, really.”

Tracie Egan Morrissey, Jezebel (Feb. 28, 2014) 710 more words

Restraining Order Abuse

Chapter 21-22

“Strike one!”

Marshal tossed the ball back as the umpire spat tobacco from under his mask onto the dirt behind him. Leering into Marshal’s crotch for the sign, he dropped two fingers then padded low in his right thigh; slider, low and in. 1,403 more words

Novel

When Jesus returns, will hordes of jealous women falsely accuse him of rape?

Would you like to hear the good news about Jesus Christ?

I suppose I should preface this by saying it’s only good news for evil misandrist women who want to make life as hard as possible for men, and (of course) f0r self-hating manginas. 306 more words

Misogyny

Lies, False Accusations and Journalism

I’m dismayed by a story in the paper this morning and in the news broadcasts last night. Rolling Stone published an article about a gang rape on the University of Virginia that was either not true, partially true or a downright lie. 427 more words

Chapter 20

“Striiiike two!”

A collective roar rose from the crowd as Marshal tossed the ball back to me. From the full wind-up I leered into his glove as he flashed the sign; slider, low and in. 1,048 more words

Novel

A Word on Restraining Order Statistics and the Rate of False Restraining Orders

I responded to a paper published last year by law professor Kelly Behre, who took umbrage that so-called FRGs (father’s rights groups) were promulgating the statistic that 80% of restraining orders were frivolous or false. 673 more words

Restraining Order Abuse

How great is the stigma attached to rape?

The Home Affairs Select Committee have announced that unlike people accused of any other crime, those accused of sex crimes (including rape) deserve anonymity until charged. 921 more words

Feminism