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#199 - I never said the numbers weren't increasing, but all of the re…  [+] (1 reply) 20 hours ago on rape stuff +1
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#299 - Whaaaaaaaaa (6 hours ago) [-]
does the numbers take in the data of men already incarcerated then released after it is found out that the woman was lying or merely the number of women that accuse a man of false rape.?
#196 - The media has a lot of problems. I agree with you there. The v…  [+] (4 replies) 20 hours ago on rape stuff +1
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#197 - Whaaaaaaaaa (20 hours ago) [-]
you need to do a bit more research on that. Like I said the numbers are increase.

Along with spousal abuse by women. Men's Rights group have been fighting to remove the stigma with reporting crimes against men by women. So you will see more and more numbers rise.
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#247 - nigeltheoutlaw (18 hours ago) [-]
Spousal abuse by women is already high as fuck so the fact that it's increasing is pretty scary. About 70% of all non-reciprocal relationship abuse is by women.
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#199 - Deeticky (20 hours ago) [-]
I never said the numbers weren't increasing, but all of the research still shows that false rape accusations leading to a conviction are very rare.
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#299 - Whaaaaaaaaa (6 hours ago) [-]
does the numbers take in the data of men already incarcerated then released after it is found out that the woman was lying or merely the number of women that accuse a man of false rape.?
#193 - No it doesn't. "Innocent until proven guilty" doesn'…  [+] (2 replies) 20 hours ago on rape stuff 0
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#203 - Deeticky (20 hours ago) [-]
I should've clarified that I was referring to the United States. My apologies.
#192 - The problem is that most rapes go unreported as it is. We don'…  [+] (1 reply) 20 hours ago on rape stuff -5
#245 - nigeltheoutlaw (19 hours ago) [-]
No, it's not difficult at all.

Women who bring forth legitimate accusations have nothing to fear. Nothing. They haven't for half a century or more (unless they were black), and for the past few decades there has been this mentality that accusation=guilt so there is negative reason to fear. They should be emboldened, because everybody is accommodating suspected rape victims to a silly degree. It's a complete lie that there is some culture that discourages rape victims to come forth.

The only time false accusations are found out in terms of rape are if A) the accuser ends up admitting to their crime directly (in person to the accused, or through email/text/recorded conversations), B) they gloat about their crime and it becomes known that they lied, or C) some other direct evidence of the accuser's false accusation comes to light (i.e. a video of the sexual liaison showing consensual sexual activity). Otherwise a false accusation would never be known, and would rather just be an accusation with insufficient evidence to charge or convict on. No women would be jailed for a not-guilty decision, or even an improper guilty verdict based off of incomplete evidence, because lack of evidence for an accusation isn't evidence for a false accusation.

This is yet another tired, debunked argument that feminazis like to parade out in an attempt to make American culture even more unfavorable for men.
#191 - More often than not, the victim's testimony alone is not enoug…  [+] (6 replies) 20 hours ago on rape stuff +1
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#195 - Whaaaaaaaaa (20 hours ago) [-]
actually the numbers are increasing along with women molesting and raping boys, but the media still doesn't cover it as they do male on female rape.
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#196 - Deeticky (20 hours ago) [-]
The media has a lot of problems. I agree with you there. The vast majority of rape instances never go to trial though. False accusations of rape just aren't as common as the internet likes to think.
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#197 - Whaaaaaaaaa (20 hours ago) [-]
you need to do a bit more research on that. Like I said the numbers are increase.

Along with spousal abuse by women. Men's Rights group have been fighting to remove the stigma with reporting crimes against men by women. So you will see more and more numbers rise.
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#247 - nigeltheoutlaw (18 hours ago) [-]
Spousal abuse by women is already high as fuck so the fact that it's increasing is pretty scary. About 70% of all non-reciprocal relationship abuse is by women.
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#199 - Deeticky (20 hours ago) [-]
I never said the numbers weren't increasing, but all of the research still shows that false rape accusations leading to a conviction are very rare.
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#299 - Whaaaaaaaaa (6 hours ago) [-]
does the numbers take in the data of men already incarcerated then released after it is found out that the woman was lying or merely the number of women that accuse a man of false rape.?
#152 - I absolutely disagree with forcing women to wear veils, but yo…  [+] (2 replies) 09/14/2016 on Religious garb -2
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#205 - dorfdorfdorf (09/14/2016) [-]
lashes to imprisonment

holy fuck
#191 - Glitched (09/14/2016) [-]
"the penalties for not wearing the veil range from lashes to imprisonment."

So then they wear it.....otherwise the multiple offenses would eventually cause death.
#215 - BLM activists and BLM itself are two completely different thin…  [+] (2 replies) 08/29/2016 on his face tho -3
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#219 - empirennn (08/29/2016) [-]
How is an organization different from it's members and spokesmen?

see this is just playing the "not all BLM activist" game.
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#220 - Deeticky (08/29/2016) [-]
Well, random members of a group do not necessarily speak on behalf of an entire group. I don't know that I've seen any actual BLM spokesmen saying those things, but if they have, please show me. I'm not trying to play any games. I'm not a BLM activist myself, but I feel like people on FJ make them out to be a much bigger villain than they actually are.