Started by Pacman7331, Aug 01, 2010, 12:40 PM
the guy looses the motivation
Quote from: Pacman7331 on Aug 02, 2010, 09:04 AMthe guy looses the motivationYou mean "loses". To "loose the motivation" would be letting it loose on the environment; being so motivated as to overwhelm everyone in the vicinity with motivation.
Paul Elam just wrote an extensive piece about this in John Dias' MISANDRY REVIEW.It's a bit of a downer because he feels it's "political suicide" for anyone in government to challenge the status quo (they'd automatically be labeled 'pro rape', as crazy as that sounds).However, one thing that could shift this would be to BROADCAST every proven false rape claim everywhere, from every angle: criticize the accuser, prosecutor and police in question; thank the judge and jury for aiding the victim,ask journalists why they didn't follow up or print a retraction about someone's innocence (or putting the accusation on page one and burying the innocence on page 30). However, this needs to be HUGE, not just the work of 50 or so guys. Whenever I post a false rape item anywhere, I'm normally shouted down 5 to 1 (however, this used to be 10 to 1).I do think we could lobby for mandatory DNA screening in case of rape or sexual assault; The Liberty Project has freed 270 wrongly convicted prisoners through DNA testing (some after decades of imprisonment).Nobody in their right mind should object to DNA testing.
The truth was that her acceptance of the ride from McCaffery had angered her girlfriends, and she made up the rape story to turn their harsh feelings into sympathy.
beautiful - thats the bill. maybe start a Facebook group for this new legislation...
QuoteThe truth was that her acceptance of the ride from McCaffery had angered her girlfriends, and she made up the rape story to turn their harsh feelings into sympathy.So slut-shaming peer pressure from her own sex made her into a false accuser.Just in case someone poses the mock-exasperated question: "What would make a woman lie about rape?!"