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Consider some responses to the news that singer-songwriter Conor Oberst had been falsely accused of sexual assault.Last December a woman writing in the comments section of the website claimed Oberst raped her when she was a teenager.Stuck in a rut — our once-a-week sex life was loving, but lacked spontaneity and passion — I was craving seduction and sexual abandon.I was having a midlife crisis and chasing this profound, deeply rooted experience of being female.After Oberst dropped the suit, ’s Caroline Pate praised his decision and referred to the saga as “a roller-coaster for both parties”—treating the false accuser and the wrongly accused as morally equivalent—and called the revelation of Oberst’s innocence “crushingly disappointing.” False rape accusations are a lightning rod for a variety of reasons.Rape is a repugnant crime—and one for which the evidence often relies on one person’s word against another’s.Legal definitions of sexual violence and misconduct vary from state to state.The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) Web site provides general definitions about the types of sexual abuse.
Scenarios like these were typical during my year of living dangerously — the crazy 12 months in 20 I jokingly call my “Wild Oats Project,” when Scott and I had an open marriage.Moreover, in the not-so-distant past, the belief that women routinely make up rape charges often led to appalling treatment of victims.Some people say no two sexual experiences are alike. But in that short window, she’s gotten to see a lot of interesting things.Bored after 18 years with her husband, Robin Rinaldi placed an ad seeking casual encounters with new men and women.She tells what happened on her yearlong sex odyssey in her memoir "The Wild Oats Project."Trapped in a marriage where the sex was routine, freelance journalist Robin Rinaldi, now 50, embarked on a 12-month experiment in which she lived apart from her husband during the week and took lovers.