Very true.But it's also very true that there are cases where a girlfriend/wife makes a false accusation.Revenge and gaining an advantage are two possible motives for doing so.When a guy is accused of such a thing he will very probably be convicted even in cases where he did nothing wrong.And such a conviction is a nightmare in 1,000 different ways.I've read that today it's pretty much SOP for a woman in a divorce case or a child custody case to make an accusation of spousal and/or child abuse.It's very likely that a good percentage of such accusations are,in fact,valid.But I'd wager that some of them...perhaps even a substantial percentage of them...are false.
My point is that if a man were innocent, he would avoid troubling others as a way of making amends, keeping to himself until he rebuilt his life. All sex offenders claim to be falsely accused. It's part of the game. But the ultimate desire is to be in proximity to children.
I worked with a man who looked me in the eye and told me he didn't molest his daughter. A jury found otherwise. He claimed to have been persecuted by his ex-wife, who invented the story. His defense was charm, not truth. He's in prison now.
I work as a counselor, and if I had violated one of my female clients, I would have been subject to numerous sanctions and lost my license. How is this guy allowed in the presence of children? Bottom line.