As Utah's Jim Ballard joins the conservatives accused by — anonymous — women of sexual harassment, an important detail with regards to Russell (@rustyrockets) Brand that at least some “innocent until proven guilty“ people seem to be missing:
This explains the (often vilified for being stringent) rape laws of the past. The use of Chaperones in the past was not for the young men alone; they were there as much for the young women, a number of them more than willing to offer themselves to their beaus…
Related: • Witch Hunts in Contemporary America: Is the United States Turning Into a Fascist Country?
• The witch hunts generated by the radical sexual lobby: we have adopted the justice of the mob, into which the Sexual Revolution, like every revolution, must inevitably degenerate
• The perspective of a feminist veteran of the 1980s fight for the rights of a
woman to be believed (which brought about a culture of “women don’t
lie”) changed somewhat when her… own son was falsely
accused decades later of attempted sexual assault: If you think that women don’t lie to get back at men, how naive can you be? And who is going to protect our sons?
(Related: "More than 30 percent of [Baltimore's rape] cases investigated by detectives each year are deemed unfounded")