Sexual Misconduct Slippery Slope

Not to diminish true claims at all, but we’re on the slippery slope where someone can claim they were sexually harassed/assaulted by another to ruin the accused’s career and reputation. No proof is necessary—the claim is usually enough. 

As noted in Jon Krakauer’s book, Missoula, false sexual assault claims are rare, so it’s probably worth being on that slippery slope so that deviants can be exposed; however, it’s still a dangerous precedent when the accused has no recourse whatsoever.