The manuresphere says that game will protect you against false rape accusations. This is obviously absurd, but there’s a way of proving that it’s absurd. The problem is that the manuresphere assumes that a woman will only make a false rape accusation against a man she hates. The reasoning is that if a man games her, she won’t hate him and won’t make a false rape accusation against him. (Since game isn’t real, this can not happen, but that is beside the point here.) Besides believing in the nonsense of game, the manuresphere gets it wrong in assuming that a woman who likes you will not make a false rape accusation against you.
The UVa-Rolling Stone false rape case is a premier example of how the manuresphere is wrong. Why did “Jackie” make a false rape accusation? It turns out that it happened because a guy “Jackie” was interested in rejected her. Game could not have prevented the UVa-Rolling Stone false rape accusation because it would have required the guy “Jackie” is interested not only to have game (which doesn’t exist), but also to not have rejected “Jackie”. The only way to avoid a false rape accusations means that a gamer must never reject a woman. Not only that, but a gamer would also have to make sure that woman never thinks she has been rejected by said gamer. Even if a gamer doesn’t reject a woman, it would be enough for a woman to think the gamer did reject her for him to get a false rape accusation from her.
Even if the manuresphere was right about game, (which it isn’t), they’re still wrong about game being able to protect a man from false rape accusations.