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Discuss Anti-Feminism, Men's Rights and Misandry.
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Many so-called 'rapes' are nothing but being drunk, walking around in questionable places, provoking men with nasty comments, agree to follow unknown men to private rooms without being forced to do so - common life-style among drug abusers who don't remember even their own name, and after a few years they claim to be raped...or they sleep with a bad boy, and after a few weeks a new bad boy shows up and they accuse the former bad boy to get rid of him. Something like that, and other 'rapes' are out of sick fantasy, a rape which does not even exist and took never place, merely attention seekers. Some women feel financially raped because the boyfriend did not give her enough money and other BS-accusations. Digitally raped over the webcam...birth rape... accidentally raped... the list continues...spousal rape is also such a strange thing, especially if the wife has a boyfriend and is cheating the husband...
Rape - just my opinion - is a crime which includes violence, like to threaten a woman with a knife, making her afraid for her life, forcing her into sexual contact against her will.
This happens too, sometimes, but by far not so often. In most cases the 'victim' is not forced, but after a few years, even after decades, suddenly she feels 'offended' ....
I don't think, false rape allegations are somewhere between 8 % and 41 % - I think much higher, maybe 70 or 80 % or even more.
Ideally all sex outside marriage and sex with a licensed prostitute should be made illegal. Then there is just the issue of whether the sex was forced or not. If judged to be so the forcer would get double the penalty while the forced would get no penalty. Other threats or violence would be dealt with as a separate matter.