Yes, women lie about rape and some of the reasons are awful

10 Dec

rape lies

 

I will unabashedly confess that doing the research for this piece left me with my mouth hanging open. Genuinely shocked at some of the reasons and how heartless some women are.

The friends she had left behind were angry with her and a brawl broke out among the women, who punched and bit one another. When a friend demanded to know if the men had raped Peguero, she said that they had. The bruises she had sustained in the fight with her friends were accepted as evidence of rape, and one man spent four years in jail on the charge.

http://thoughtcatalog.com/janet-bloomfield/2014/12/13-women-who-lied-about-being-raped-and-why-they-did-it/

#ListenAndBelieve my ass.

 

More like don’t be naive.

 

Enjoy!

 

 

16 Responses to “Yes, women lie about rape and some of the reasons are awful”

  1. The Real Peterman December 10, 2014 at 20:52 #

    Great work JB. That made my mouth drop open too.

    Don’t forget $$$. Wanetta Gibson falsely accused a fellow student of rape and successfully sued the school for 1.5 million bucks.

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Banks_(American_football)

    Like

  2. ar10308 December 10, 2014 at 21:34 #

    Have you ever seen Atonement? A false rape accusation plays a huge role in the plot of it.

    Like

  3. The Real Peterman December 10, 2014 at 22:36 #

    I haven’t but it looks good.

    Like

  4. Minesweeper December 10, 2014 at 22:52 #

    Women have been making false rape accusations since the days of Jospeh in the bible. So we are talking many thousands of years.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. FuzzieWuzzie December 10, 2014 at 22:58 #

    If feminism is all about promoting hate of men, “rape culture” has to be one of their most effective tools. Expose the lies that suppoet it and, let’s hope, it goes away.
    With Rolling Stone/Univ. of Va. and Lena Dunham they have take some hits to their credibility. Wr have to keep at it.

    Like

  6. Jim December 10, 2014 at 23:36 #

    Yeah it’s nothing new. It’s just part of an evil political movement now known as feminism.

    Like

  7. Jon December 11, 2014 at 06:07 #

    Based on the latest Wash Post story it looks like we’ll need to add Jackie to the list. That she even threw her three friends under the bus by claiming they didn’t do anything for her the night of the alleged incident puts her in an “elite” class of false accusers.

    BTW all of these reasons are awful.

    Like

  8. Martin December 11, 2014 at 10:13 #

    I would add topic 14: Women lie about rape when they see a man as a rival for a better job position.

    This was the case with Heidi Külzer and Horst Arnold. Arnold and Külzer were teachers at the same school, Arnold was accused of rape by Külzer because she saw him as a rival for a better position. She was the only witness of the supposed rape.

    Arnold was sentenced in 2002 to 5 years in prison, which he fully had to serve, because he didn’t confess. After his release he couldn’t find a job, became depressive and died in 2012, just 52 years old.
    Külzer meanwhile became deputy headmaster.

    But some more light was shed on the case by testimonies of several people, including a former husband of Külzer. It became clear, that she is a very accomplished, notorious and unscrupulous liar, being quite creative in inventing lies. It also became quite clear that the previous court, which had sentenced Arnold, had not even kept minimal standards. It just believed the partially contradictory statements of the charismatic younger woman. And didnt check basic facts.

    At least some justice was now served, when Külzer was sentenced in final instance to 5 1/2 years in prison in October 2014

    Like

  9. Martin December 11, 2014 at 10:14 #

    PS: The whole affair happened here in Germany with -to my knowledge- Külzer the first woman in Germany ever to be sentenced to prison for false accusation of rape.

    Like

  10. That_Susan December 11, 2014 at 15:27 #

    Janet, if I can find 13 cases where men actually did rape women, would it be cool for me to publish an article titled, “Yes, men rape”? Of course, I realize that what you’re doing is fighting against the feminist construct that says 100% of all women are too virtuous to ever lie — and our society doesn’t have any corresponding construct about 100% of all men being too virtuous to ever rape.

    I see three things that need to happen to make our justice system fairer. First, we need to do away with the quota system that measures police effectiveness by the percentage of crimes that are “solved” by someone getting convicted. This leads some unscrupulous police officers to arrest any man they can pin the crime on, and bully innocent men who are too poor to pay for a lawyer to confess to some lesser crime by persuading them that their case doesn’t have a chance in court. There are some court appointed lawyers who are willing to participate in this practice because they’re overloaded and don’t have time to adequately defend everyone on their caseload.

    These same unscrupulous police officers will also turn on the victims in cases where a rape has been reported but they can’t find the perpetrator or don’t feel there’s adequate evidence to convict them. If they can bully the victim into saying that she made it all up, the rape is “solved” and maybe they can even “solve” another crime by using her forced confession against her in court.

    That said, I still believe the majority of police officers are good people who would never bully the individuals they’ve sworn to protect for the sake of meeting some arbitrary quota. And the majority of men, and people in general, would never rape, and the majority of women, and people in general, would never falsely accuse anyone of a crime. But with the way the system is currently set up, the unscrupulous few in each group can greatly endanger the life and happiness of many people.

    The second big change that needs to happen is to stop releasing the names of the accused to the media, just as the identity of the victims or alleged victims is now protected. And the third big change is to do away with the sex offender registry, because every convict, whether innocent or guilty, deserves a legitimate chance to rebuild their lives after serving their sentence, without being targeted by vigilantes.

    Like

  11. Tyler December 11, 2014 at 15:50 #

    Thank you, Susan, for providing a fair and legitimate counterpoint. I respect that you approach the discussion in good faith, and I wish more people did so.

    It would be entirely fair for someone to write an article about actual rapists, with the message that some men do rape. However, this is a message that is abundantly present in our mainstream cultural narrative, without (as you rightly point out) the proper counter message that some women lie about rape. In other words, some people will abuse whatever power is available to them. To my mind, the problem is the special way in which rape is handled, socially and judicially. Innocent until proven guilty is, and must always be, the foundational principle of justice, and that gets bent when it comes to rape. Perverse incentives to police departments present further hazards of justice. We would all be better off if a more honest approach to actual justice, independent of any gender war, were emphasized.

    I see the article as an attack on the cultural impetus (pushed very hard by mainstream feminism) to suspend judicial prudence and healthy skepticism of rape allegations. An article saying some men rape wouldn’t bat a single eye. An article saying some women lie about rape is likely causing a few uproars right now. Both are valid points, but one is currently heresy.

    If anything, I think the article could have been made more fair by adding the qualifier that ‘some’ women lie about rape. The current wording lends itself to the implication that a significant segment of women are doing this, which is likely not true (or maybe it is, I’m not aware of a legit study). But implication is one of those dark weapons that’s hard to pin down or defend against, and it’s used aplenty by mainstream feminism. If the gender debate were operating on a higher level of discourse, it would be appropriate to speak more cleanly. But it’s not, so I say use their own weapons against them.

    Like

  12. Mark December 11, 2014 at 17:33 #

    Indeed, every time I had to use the bathroom (#2) at my college, I had to stare at one of those feminist posters saying in large print: “Men rape.” and a whole bunch of bogus statistics about how 99% of sexual assault is committed by men against women, 1 in 5 women are victims, 3 in 2 men are perpetrators, and how it’s my responsibility to stop it.

    Also, it’s not just that, but the fact that is is so often claimed that “women don’t lie about that.” Not most women, just women.

    And there’s really no incentive for people like Janet to throw in the qualifier “some women” or “a few women.” Because no matter what, her opponents are still going to say she said all or most women. To them, it seems, to suggest that even a few women have lied about being raped is as good as suggesting that they all do. So sure, one can qualify for the sake one’s own standards, but no one else is liable make the distinction between “a few” and “all” if the distinction doesn’t suit them.

    Like

  13. Jason Wexler December 11, 2014 at 21:42 #

    Susan,

    Somewhat off topic, but you have more faith in the goodness of law enforcement than I do. Without exception every school yard bully I had or knew about as a kid is now in law enforcement. I recognize that some of them may be seeking redemption, and that several former classmates who are in law enforcement are good honest people who have no need to seek redemption, but I doubt all of the bullies have turned over a new leaf. Add to my anecdote, the data about police brutality, corruption and propensity to disproportionately abuse and assault their own families and friends, and I’m content to be skeptical about the motivations of law enforcement officers.

    More on topic of your response, I agree with all three of your suggestions to improve the situations. Along with reforming the police quata system, I would also add reforming the quata system for prosecutors. The goal for all of these people should first and foremost be justice, the current system, however, makes their primary goal winning in a competitive adversarial system.

    Like

  14. Spaniard December 12, 2014 at 10:10 #

    Off topic: Camille Paglia is one classy, carismatic, atractive woman. And I support her kind of feminism.
    I would not mind do her. And she is near 70.

    Like

  15. Emelio Lizardo December 14, 2014 at 19:19 #

    The biggest rape liar is the Feminist movement itself. For all the same venal and trivial reasons individual women lie.

    Like

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Yes, women lie about rape and some of the reasons are awful | Manosphere.com - December 10, 2014

    […] Yes, women lie about rape and some of the reasons are awful […]

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: