False rape is very common. I had it happen to me in high school, and thank god that the home had cameras outside. Back then, if there was no proof, I was going to jail for sure. The way the cop treated me even after the video was disturbing. 12th grade year and that is what I remember. They broke my constitutional rights by arresting me before investigating. It was a terrible experience that made me end up leaving that area. I think a false claim should hold the same punishment as a real one.Oh, don't get me wrong. Men today face legit problems in society, but that doesn't mean you should become a misogynist, racist white-supremacist.
The fact that you have a wife and daughter means you're in a better position than literally all of these guys.
Be careful about the narrative on false rape accusations. They're not common, but the Internet would have you think that they happen daily. That's not true.
White supremacy is something I have never witnessed. I was told the other day that the American system is systemically racist. Do you know how odd that is? We have had civil rights since the 1960's. 60 years of laws stating no discrimination. We had a black president, black general, black mayor, black congress, and so on. That guy was trying to convince me that after all that, systemic racism is real in America. Its factually untrue by every metric. I would go as far to say racism only exist to those who want it to. Look into the Jussie Smolliet case.
Ill be honest and tell you we have a major mental health issue.
The Mental Health Systems Act of 1980 (MHSA) was United States legislation signed by President Jimmy Carter which provided grants to community mental health centers. In 1981 President Ronald Reagan and the U.S. Congress repealed most of the law. The MHSA was considered landmark legislation in mental health care policy.
By them removing this help, it caused a huge downward spiral. I have no issue with my fellow man or women, but I do not trust the government.
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