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The chances of me even going back there for a visit are close to zero. And while I am not a woman, I have a wife and daughters who are always ready to explain things to me.
First of all, and most important, it is absolutely true that women today still deal with a huge amount of harassment, undesired advances, and sexual assault of various kinds, including rape. It is out there, it happens, and women have to think about it and be prepared to protect themselves at all times.
Yes, it sometimes happens to men as well, but with nowhere near the same frequency or severity. It is true that, even today in the MeToo era, women are often ignored or even punished when they report inappropriate behavior to employers, or when they report assaults to police.
It is also true that often they do not report it because they are embarrassed, they think it will do no good, or they think they will get into trouble or be blamed.
This has to change.
It seems to me that it is changing in the US, finally, with such widely publicized events like the arrest of Harvey Weinstein and the conviction of Bill Cosby. I doubt this could have happened when I was growing up. Here in Israel, a surprising number of high ranking officers in the IDF and police have lost their jobs over sexual harassment of subordinates, and a president of the country went to prison for rape.
Is the everyday experience of ordinary women changing? In order to re-balance an unbalanced system, we can make changes that have unexpected, and undesired consequences. Clearly such a punishment would have great impact, and should not be imposed lightly.
Here is another example: Obviously it is possible for someone to make a complaint that is deliberately or accidentally false or exaggerated, or to identify the wrong person as the perpetrator.
The injunction to believe someone making an accusation simply because she is a woman and women are often unfairly disbelieved is wrong. It contradicts the most basic principle of justice, which is that it must be impartial, neither biased toward the weak nor the strong, the rich nor the poor, or be swayed by the race, sex, religion or other characteristics of the litigants.
Once this is violated, even if it is believed to be for a good reason, then there is no justice — only favoritism, corruption, identity politics, or whatever. The right thing to do is to listen to the accusation, take it seriously, and try as hard as possible to confirm or disprove it, regardless of who is accusing whom.
It also should be obvious that if a woman making an accusation of sexual misbehavior should be believed a priori, then the burden of proof falls on accused person, who must show that the accusation is false.
As any policeman or prosecutor will tell you, the more time that elapses between the commission of a crime and its investigation, the harder it is to make a strong case. Sometimes one person remembers an event clearly while the other has absolutely no memory of what occurred.
Memories are not reliable, even when you think they are. The mechanism of human memory is very complicated; neuroscientists have developed numerous different models of how it works.
Second, the memory is processed and rationalized when it is saved in long-term memory. Third, long-term memories are recalled from time to time, sometimes just by the subject and sometimes when the subject tells someone else about it.
Each time this happens there can be changes in detail or emphasis which modify the version of the memory that will be recalled the next time. The more time that passes, the more changes can occur.
For this reason, in a criminal trial the testimony of a witness, especially if the event happened long ago, needs to be corroborated, either by other witnesses or physical evidence.Prime Minister vs. Usa President Anita Groener vs.
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