Instead of shaming people who refuse to blindly #believeallwomen
, maybe you should address the reasons why they have their opinions. You know, like the many innocent men who have been arrested, and even killed over this witchhunt.
Case in point, let's look at the 2015 Dimapur Mob Lynching. It started with consensual sex between 25-year-old Syed Sharif Khan and a 19-year-old college girl. The girl, who was known to the man's family, was paid 5,000 rupees for the sex. She soon demanded more money, which Syed refused, so she went to the police and claimed that he raped her. Syed was soon jailed for the false charges. The accuser's story continued to spread on social media. Eventually, a rumor that Khan was an illegal Bangladeshi immigrant was added.
One day after Syed was jailed, over a thousand people broke into the jail and dragged him out onto the streets. The mob included minor students, which is one reason why the 50 or so cops refrained from shooting at the crowd. They proceeded to strip him naked and parade him around while stoning and beating him. Many people recorded the brutal assault. They soon tied him to the back of a motorcycle and dragged him about 7 kilometers. He died on the way. The mob, which allegedly totaled 9,000 by this point, then hung him from a clock tower in the center of town. The entire assault went on for about 2 hours.
Like most females who lie about rape, this girl's name still has yet to be reported in the media. Fun fact: accusers have a legal right to anonymity, even if they get caught in a lie. It is unknown whether she has been charged with a crime.
And don't get me started on the history of black men being murdered because of the word of a white woman, and the law not giving a damn. If you're like most people, you know that the female responsible for Emmett Till's death admitted -- 60+ years later -- that she lied. What if I told you that #believeallwoman
caused the Tulsa Race Riots, in which American planes bombed an American city, and over 300 people were killed?