Thursday, January 8, 2009

Reduce false rape claims by teaching young women what 'consent' means

News report after mind-numbing news report details cases where false rape claimants are sentenced to less jail time than their victims served after being falsely arrested. The gross inequity of these sentences is a chronic source of outrage for anyone who studies the false rape epidemic. It is beyond dispute that false rape claims would be far more effectively deterred if charges were brought against false accusers with the frequency that other wrongdoing is sanctioned, and if false claimants were sentenced in proportion to the havoc they cause in the lives of innocent men. Read the rest of the article at Glenn Sacks' site, here