The case of Tracy Brooks who had down the years falsely accused five men of rape is a salutary tale (link).
It not only serves as a great disservice to those women who are raped but again shines the spotlight into the way that the criminal justice system 'automatically' believes a man is guilty.
What is also made worse is that a man, once charged, is named irrelevant as to whether he is found guilty. It is too late for those who are found innocent or who eventually have the charges dropped against them, their names have been emblazoned across the media and the friends and work colleagues will never quite believe them.
Often the feminist fundamentalists will state that nothing can be in place that will out off women from coming forward if they have been raped. Of course, that is true, but there is no evidence to state that by keeping a man's identity secret, unless found guilty, would put women off from coming forward.
The current situation is a clear case of sexual discrimination against men and cannot be justified on moral, logical or rational terms.
The Government have looked at it but done nothing about it, no doubt because Harriet Harman QC MP sees it as an opportunity to attack and undermine men
This is one Law that has to be changed.