My argument with you stems from your own words - "they are in the minority." That means at least some of these women are making false accusations. That's the problem. Which ones? Which people accused are the ones who really did something wrong and should have their reputations and careers destroyed as a result?
Which ones are making false accusations and which ones are telling the truth?
The ones the juries all around the world are convicting, based on the stories told in court. They have decided the stories are true, beyond reasonable doubt, and do their job accordingly. They are the ones tasked with deciding what is convincing and what isn't. That's how our system works.
We never get to hear the evidence produced in court. However, when a high -profile person is accused the media sits there every day and listens in. I can't recall a case where the media, having heard the evidence, has accused the jury of getting it wrong. This is despite the total lack of witnesses appearing for the prosecution, as well as the absence of any photographic proof.
In these cases the cross-examination by the prosecutor is brutal, especially so as the stakes are so high and people's careers, marriages, etc are on the line. It's not a case of "He did it" versus "No, he didn't."
Yet these women get through it and get to see justice done.
And the false accusers are quickly weeded out.
Is there a 100% guarantee that an innocent person is not convicted of sexual assault - or any other crime for that matter?
Of course, not. But we have to live with the justice system we have and accept that, like many other things, it is not always perfect.
It is up to us whether or not we trust the system.