~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:70)
- Rape law should prevent women from forcing themselves on males without consent using the exact same law males
are prevented from forcing themselves on women without consent.
- Rape trials should examine the motives each party has for lying. For example:
- Hope of extortion.
- Buyers’ remorse. A party feels ashamed of having given consent, not pretends they did not to
increase social standing.
- Hope of publicity.
- A constructed memory.
- There should be a statute of limitations to trigger prosecution before memories have faded and witnesses
disappeared. You also want to ensure the trial occurs in an era of prudishness/licentiousness that matches that
of the era when the alleged crime occurred.