Rape vs. False Accusations

This from Psychology Today, a periodical I would have expected to toe the aca-DEM-ic line on political hot points.

Writer Megan McArdle tackled this controversial topic last September and found that the number of false accusations made against men varies from a low of 2% to a high of 40%. Her ultimate conclusion was that nobody knows for sure how many women were really attacked.


The point is, government is wielding great power based of the false statistic that 1-in-5 women are sexually assaulted in college. Time to reign in government and maybe question the motives of the people who are pushing this agenda.

via Will More Men Be Falsely Accused Of Sexual Assault In 2015? | Psychology Today.


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