How to Avoid a False Rape Case

“You give advice to men on how to avoid charges of date rape if the woman has second thoughts the day after.” – An SJW who has called me a rape apologist.

SJWs have attacked this article on how to avoid a false rape case on the grounds that it is a guide to rape. That makes no sense, as this article discusses how to handle yourself after consensual sex has occurred.

One such person wrote the above quote. A SJW believes you are guilty of rape “if the woman has second thoughts the day after.”

Date rape is the easiest accusation for a woman to make and the hardest one for a man to defend against, as the Tinder date rape case out of New Zealand shows. (Compare, “Woman gang-raped after meeting man from Tinder” with “Tinder date Kiwi retracts gang rape claim.”)

False rape accusations are common.

I have posed this question to several feminist criminal defense lawyers, “What percentage of date rape cases do you think are true?” Most will throw their hands up, as it’s virtually impossible to tell what happened in these sorts of cases, as it’s generally he-said-she-said.

Women often falsely accuse men of rape after talking to an SJW. SJWs are Neo-Puritans who believe that all sex between a man and a woman is rape.

An otherwise nice girl might talk to a few “friends” who then peer pressure her to go to police.

To avoid a false rape accusation, you must protect yourself at all times.

1. Avoid SJWs.

If a girl you’re on a date with expresses ideals similar to those expressed by social justice bullies, end the date. Stable, emotionally girls do not become social justice bullies. Smile, pay the bill, and leave immediately.

2. Film it.

Four Hofstra college students were accused of gang-raping a fellow student. They were thrown into jail, and held without bail. Had they gone to trial, they’d have been convicted.

Yet the men were released from prison, after one of the defendant’s lawyers produced a cell phone video of the encounter, proving it was consensual.

A feminist writer at Slate observed:

The weird lesson for men who have group sex in bathrooms: Film it on your cell phone. A five-minute video of the sex, which one of the men gave the cops, apparently persuaded the 18-year-old to take back her original story. At another moment, such a video might have gotten the guys in trouble for making porn and for sexting. But this time, it seems to have saved them.

Even lawyers need to beware of false rape accusations. A San Francisco lawyer was charged with raping three women, and held effectively without bond. Luckily he had videotaped sexual encounters with two of the women, and most charges were dismissed against him.

Unfortunately, he did not videotape his sexual encounter with the third accuser, and thus still faces trial. UPDATE: All charges were dropped against this wrongfully accused attorney. See, “Charges dropped against lawyer accused of assaulting women who answered ad for rough sex.”

Some will ask about the legality of secretly recording sexual encounters. Cap We Tape provides an excellent overview of the legal landscape. One must highlight that lawyer in California illegally recorded his sexual encounters. Breaking the law saved his life.

3. Save your text messages.

Men are often told to be aloof and play it cool. That is true before you have sex. Once you’ve had said, there’s no need to try being Mr. Cool Guy. Don’t be needy, of course, but don’t play too hard to get.

After having sex with a girl for the first time, always send her a text message to let her know how much you enjoyed her company.

By sending a text, you are showing that you’re neither afraid nor ashamed of what happened the night before.

It also makes the girl avoid feeling “slut shamed.”

4. Go out to breakfast.

Most girls do not want to falsely accuse you of rape. Usually they talk to a friend about sex. Then an SJW puts bad thoughts into her head. According to SJWs, consensual sex is rape if the girl has second thoughts on the next day.

Hanging out with the girl the next day will prevent SJWs from poisoning her mind against you. Also, it would lead a reasonable person to ask, “Why did the girl go out to breakfast with a man who raped her?”

Some may view my disdain for SJWs are being paranoia. Hardly. I have studied them. Listen to what they say.

One undersexed white knight went on MSNBC and told a reporter, “Mike Cernovich believes it’s not rape if the participant is willing.” The reporter agreed that I was a rape apologist for suggesting, “It’s not rape if the participants are willing.”

(Fast forward to 11:11.)

5. Have her put on the condom.

This will ensure that her fingerprints are on the condom, which is evidence of consent. Unless you can’t save your condoms in a glass slide, ala Dexter, this is only short-term protection. Even if you’ve thrown the condom away, you can scare the shit out of her by claiming you still have it.

6. If she mentions “buyer’s remorse,” take her out for dinner, and do not see her again.

Imagine a girl calls you, telling you she feels “weird” about what happened. Beware. This girl could have Borderline Personality Disorder, and she may be prepared to falsely accuse you of rape.

Take her out in public. Show her a nice time. Have her smiling. Then go home – alone.

She will likely want to have sex with you again, but you must avoid women who are unstable. Only deal with stable, emotionally-sound women.

7. Never “be nice” if she expresses buyer’s remorse.

If a girl calls you the next day, keep in mind she may be recording the conversation, or the police may be monitoring it.

Most Special Victim’s Unit prosecutors and investigators will use this ploy on you:

Girl calls the next day, telling you that what happened last night was “wrong.” She’ll demand an apology. You apologize. This apology is used as proof you raped her, even if she never directly claims you raped her.

She may instead say she felt “rushed” or “pressured.” These are red flags. Do not apologize. Instead, say,

Well, we’re both adults. It’s sad we live in such a Puritanical society that hates sex. Last night was a great time, though, and I can’t wait to see you again.

8. If the police call, don’t answer.

Did you know that the police can lie to you? Did you know that the police will lie about what you tell them? Police will claim that you confessed to rape, even when you denied it to them.

NEVER TALK TO THE POLICE.

It’s a dangerous world out there, guys. Be vigilant. Protect yourselves at all time.

Check out this podcast for ways to avoid a false rape accusation.

  • Fernando

    do you have a source for that 50% stat? something like a peer reviewed study

    • duble d

      http://falserapesociety.blogspot.com/p/prevalence-of-false-rape-claims.html

      Refers to several studies that found up to 60% false report rate. Another study was just recently in the news that found a 50% rate, can’t remember enough details to link to it.

    • Sepher
      • Danger & Play Blog

        You should read what you link to before posting it here. Your dum-dum report says, “A case in which the victim appears to make inconsistent statements, or even lies about certain aspects of the incident,” is not proof that the accusation is false.

        Why not? “Traumatized individuals tend to recall events in a fragmented fashion, which makes apparent inconsistencies likely (Halligan, Michael, Clark, & Ehlers, 2003); victims may well try to hide certain facts, for example, use of an illegal drug or a particularly humiliating act they suffered—out of fear that they will be treated with suspicion or simply because of the intense shame they experience.”

        Ok, then how do you know the complaining witness was traumatized? Because she said so. How do you know she was telling the truth about being traumatized? Because….because she said so!

        Circular logic, how does it work?

        That entire article is a joke and you are a bigger joke for not being a critical thinker.

        • God

          “You should read what you link to before posting it here. Your dum-dum report says, “A case in which the victim appears to make inconsistent statements, or even lies about certain aspects of the incident,” is not proof that the accusation is false.”

          It’s interesting that you have to mislead in order to make a point here. The final part of your statement is missing a key word that makes it wildly inaccurate. “…is not proof that the accusation is false.”

          The report shown says that such an event (lying or inconsistent statements) is not CONCLUSIVE proof of a false accusation, meaning that such a statement will not automatically place it in the “false accusation” category. Such a statement will still be considered as proof (and will speak to credibility), along with all the other points under that subheading.

          Combine this with your now-invalidated conclusion that it’s a “dum-dum report” and “a joke” and we have a serious misuse of rhetoric in order to mislead.

          Feel free to “moderate” my comment to assuage your inevitable cognitive dissonance.

          • Danger & Play Blog

            I get that one lie doesn’t offer conclusive proof that she is lying about everything.

            If that’s your point…ummm…great job, Tiger!

      • Danger & Play Blog

        Thanks for the article. It inspired me to educate and inform men about how crazy people on your side of the issue really are.

        http://www.dangerandplay.com/2014/06/12/false-accusations-rape-common/

  • Joe

    Fernando, unfortunately there are no reliable peer-reviewed studies on rape rates.

  • samseau

    I asked for advice on an issue in the RooshV forums and now I’m being told I might have a false-rape case in the making.

    http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-6771.html

    What’s your take?

    • D&P

      That’s good advice. No reason to freak out, but low-probability, high-devastation events should be militated against. Don’t let a false rape case be your black swan.

  • http://www.rooshv.com Roosh

    I may want to change my habit of flushing condoms down the toilet.

    • nikita webber

      You don’t want to fall asleep with a used one in the bin or the same girl with BPD might turn it inside out and you might be up for alimony too.

  • detinennui32

    It’s a good thing to remember that if a police officer asks you anything beyond your name and where you live, he is looking for evidence.

    He is not looking for evidence to exonerate the target of the investigation.

    he is looking for evidence to incriminate the target of the investigation.

  • bill

    going out to breakfast with her next morning is a great idea

    laughing and smiling together, sitting in a booth

  • http://badgerhut.wordpress.com Badger

    I was thinking about writing a post stating exactly this, glad someone else has done it so well.

    As much as there are some girls you want to boot out the door the moment you’re done pounding, giving just a little bit of “boyfriend experience” can go a long way towards protecting yourself from a waced-out false allegation.

    I’d also add, if you want to really protect yourself don’t bang a chick who’s had more than two or three drinks unless she’s your serious girlfriend or wife. If she’s drunk, she’s a lot more likely to regret the previous night, and if she says she was drunk, by legal definition she’s been raped.

  • Guest

    she is lying

  • Avatar

    Stay a way from women . Just stay a way . Watch porn . Pay a hooker ,is cheaper and safer .

  • Toads

    I figure you’re getting your 50% rate from Karnin. The Karnin “study” is hardly even a study and has be throughly discredited.
    Kanin’s “study” consists of Kanin uncritically reporting the claims of a single police force in a small, unidentified city, without those claims having been checked or verified in any way whatsoever. Kanin’s study lacked any kind of systematic methodology and did not independently define a false report, instead recording as false any report which the police department classified as false.
    Most legitimate studies find false rape accusations to be in the single digits. Researchers and prosecutors do not agree on the exact percentage of false allegations, they generally agree on a range of 2% to 8%.
    Please be a little more critical of studies and don’t just look to the in the name baised “flaserapesociety” blog for your information resources.

    • Danger & Play Blog

      Your comment added nothing to the contribution, but it boosts my SEO for this post, thus ensuring that more men learn the truth. So, thanks!

      • Toads

        So you have nothing to back up or defend your claims after being debunked? Clearly you don’t care about truth.