This thread is moving fast, so apologies if I miss your post. That, and I have stuff to take care of later today.
There are no rape apologists in this forum, I am sure you could point toward uncivilized sub - cultures such as those engaging in honor killings as evidence but those are fringe sub - cultures for a reason.
The norm is not the claims you are making. Rape is a heinous crime and most reasonable people agree with this. The mythology of the patriarchy however deliberately ignores the real power base of women oppressing men by labeling all of them as potential rapists and repeating the proven false claims of rape myths which do not exist.
I did read your source and it is an illegitimate unreliable pile of nonsense which repeats what has never been fact.
I'm sorry, but she could just be a crazy lady for all we know, and it sounds quite plausible when a person makes contradictory statements such as this.Yes, he was her boyfriend. No, he hadn't pinned her down, or threatened violence. But Espinosa insists that he coerced her, psychologically and physically, into having sex against her will for most of their three-year relationship.
<<<Of the 136 cases of sexual assault 8 (5.9%) were coded as false reports, 61 (44.9%) did not proceed to any prosecution or disciplinary action, 48 (35.3%) were referred for prosecution or disciplinary action, and 19 (13.9%) contained insufficient information to be coded>>>
If you look at the data, very few rape allegations can be determined to be worth prosecuting or determined to be false, with most having an "undecided" factor to them. So when we simply compare the numbers determined as false (5.9%) to those prosecuted (13.9%) and where guilt wasn't even determined yet. The number of false allegations tend to stand out to a much greater degree and account for half the allegations that make it as far as prosecution