Unfortunately, the obvious desire not for justice, but for blood and flesh, will prevent any sort of meaningful change to the laws - those who use them to hide behind will point to such folks to bolster their assertions that tighter laws would simply result in harm to innocents (as an example - A Student Was Suspended for Sexual Harassment. Now He's Quoting Betsy DeVos to Sue His School A student who was suspended for sexual harassment is suing the University of Vermont, accusing the school of discriminating against men in its sexual misconduct policy. The student’s lawsuit cites Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ description of such policies as a “failed system” that has neglected due process rights. The plaintiff, identified in the lawsuit as John Doe, was accused of groping a freshman, identified as Jane Doe, at an off-campus party hosted by the school’s rugby club in April, when he was sophomore, according to the lawsuit. He is currently serving a one-semester suspension. Yep that's happening now...) and grind any attempt at progress to a halt. I would presume Bells is continuing her diatribe against me above - I cannot be sure as I can no longer see the content of her posts, but her fixation should serve as a warning to anyone who wants to try and fix this issue - you will have a lot of detractors when trying to legislate a way to prevent and prosecute these sorts of crimes, as one side will insist you have gone too far, and the other will insist you haven't gone far enough (and thus MUST be trying to protect male privilege and that you are an enemy to the cause). And yet, Bells and others see no relevance in this, nor understand how their actions are detrimental to their own cause... Regardless, I hold little hope for a solution until the last generation or two has either died off entirely, or become so decrepit as to not be able to have a say. Partisan bullshit is almost a sacred art, it seems, and no amount of logic or reason will shake the masses from their stupor.