Whenever a woman makes a rape accusation, the mainstream media refuses to publish the name and face of the accuser.
This story was surprising. They published the name and photo of the prostitute involved in the Secret Service scandal.
Originally, the published photos of her had her face blurred out. Now, they’re showing her name and face. However, this isn’t a false rape accusation. This woman was legally working as a prostitute, and the Secret Service agent refused to pay his bill. (Prostitution is legal in some parts of Columbia.)
They did publish the name of the agent who started the scandal, by refusing to pay his bill.
I always thought it was unfair. When a woman makes a false rape accusation, her anonymity is protected. The man’s reputation is ruined, even if he is never convicted. If a woman makes a false rape accusation, that’s OK, and her anonymity must be protected, lest other women be reluctant to make false rape accusations. If a woman is working as a prostitute, it’s OK to publish her photo and embarrass her.