An excerpt from the False Rape Society:
To our readers: U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) has introduced legislation to combat sexual violence on college campuses called The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE Act) (S.834), cosponsored by Senator Patty Murray (D-WA). It amends Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965. There is so much wrong with this proposed Act that we could have made our petition into a mini-novel. We decided to focus on two areas which most people would agree are problems. We also stayed clear of divisive discussion of rampant false rape claims, the underreporting canard, etc. and instead discussed only matters that are not open to serious debate.
Just an aside about the False Rape Society blog:
When I was in college, in Sociology 101, there were three really good looking young women who sat in front of me. When I heard that "1 in 4" women would be raped while attending college before they graduate I thought, "well - that sucks". As my college career progressed, I started to find the number suspicious. It turns out that the real number is about 1 in 1877 according to the False Rape Society. That statistic sounds much more plausible.
That being said, out of all the sites out there, the False Rape Society is my favorite. They are not only helping men by exposing the hysteria and false-claims that surround rape, they are helping women as well. They are restoring validity to the crime (which IMO feminists have taken away), and they are also helping women by "removing the hysteria and fear" that many young women must experience when they hear such a shocking statistic like "1 in 4".
I thank them for their efforts.
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