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Federal Bureau of Investigations Uniform Crime Report and Sexual Assault/ California Law

Feminists claim that a woman has a ~20% chance of being raped, specifically during her college years The Federal Bureau of Investigations Uniform Crime Report (supported by pesky things such as actual reports and evidence) reports that for the year 2012 reported a total of 84,376 forcible rapes. This equals out to 52.9/100,000 females or a 0.000529% chance that a particular woman was raped in 2012. This number is not static, but if I pretended that it is and extrapolated this out over a 70 year life span (52.9*70=3706/100000) any particular woman has ~0.03703% of being a victim of forcible rape over a 70 year lifetime.

The difference between 0.03703 and 20% is more than one entire order of magnitude. In fact it is so far off, that the only logical conclusion is that feminists are either delusional or engaged in a campaign of lies, distortion, and propaganda.

Yes, this is the reported amount. Yes unreported sexual assaults do occur. I can only use numbers that have some verification for this purpose

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2012/crime-in-the-u.s.-2012/violent-crime/rape

Now onto false rape allegations. According to feminists, only 2% or so of all rape allegations are false, which would actually be in line with the rates for all other violent crimes.

However...

The FBI UCR indicated as late as 2006 that at least 8% of all rape allegations were unfounded. Further studies indicate that somewhere between 9% and 60% of all rape allegations are unfounded. The CBC found that in Ottawa, Canada over a four year period that 31% of all rape allegations were unfounded, which is different than unprovable.

In a nine-year study of 109 rapes reported to the police in a Midwestern city, Purdue sociologist Eugene J. Kanin reported that in 41% of the cases the complainants eventually admitted that no rape had occurred. In a follow-up study of rape claims filed over a three-year period at two large Midwestern universities, Kanin found that of 64 rape cases, 50% turned out to be false. Among the false charges, 53% of the women admitted they filed the false claim as an alibi.

In a study by the U.S. Air Force, about one-forth of rape accusers recanted just before taking a lie detector test or after failing one. Further research found 60% of the accusations were false. The most common reasons given were spite or revenge, feelings of guilt or shame, or to cover up an affair.

Moreover, a 1996 Department of Justice report shows that, “…in about 25% of the sexual assault cases referred to the FBI, the primary suspect has been excluded by forensic DNA testing. It should be noted that rape involves a forcible and non-consensual act, and a DNA match alone does not prove that rape occurred. So the 25% figure substantially underestimates the true extent of false allegations.

Again, Feminists and leftists are either delusional or they are engaged in a campaign of lies, distortion, and propaganda.

Considering the permanent life altering damage a mere accusation can have on a man , why aren't false allegations treated as seriously as rape itself?

The numbers don't lie.

http://ncfm.org/2009/01/issues/false-accusations/

With the above information does California's "affirmative consent" law make sense, or is it merely an effort by feminists to control male sexuality?


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