According to the Attorney General of Ontario, everybody is wrong about sexual relationships. Arguments recently made to the Supreme Court of Canada suggest that partners in a ongoing relationship are Continue Reading
Why is it acceptable for the prosecutors to ask the complainant if she’s a virgin and completely prohibited for an accused to offer evidence that she is not?
Assessing Police Classifications of Sexual Assault Reports: A Meta-Analysis of False Reporting Rates
Review of “Assessing Police Classifications of Sexual Assault Reports: A Meta-Analysis of False Reporting Rates” (Ferguson & Malouff, 2016) One of the problems in dealing with accusations of sexual assault Continue Reading
“We will now deliberate and return with a guilty verdict.” ~Judith Draper, 3rd Rock from the Sun On February 27th, the Canadian federal government published the 2018 Budget. Titled “Equality and Continue Reading
“What counts is not what sounds plausible, not what we would like to believe, not what one or two witnesses claim, but only what is supported by hard evidence rigorously and skeptically examined.” ~ Carl Sagan The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defines epistemology as “the study of knowledge and justified Continue Reading