The only criticism I have of this video is the suggestion that female molesters primarily use objects. We don’t even think about vaginas being useful this way, although of course they are. Or the myriad other ways women may sexually assault without having a penis or needing an object.
My experience in talking about these things is virtually identical to what James Landrith and others have described: laughing, scoffing, shaming, denial, name-calling, blistering anger, and so on. I’ve even, oddly enough, been accused of being “just as bad as the radical feminists” for saying that women are considerably more likely to be sexual predators than most people believe, no matter what evidence I produce. How is it being woman-hating to note the simple fact that women are almost as likely to offend in this area as men are?
Is it coded in our genes to believe women aren’t sexually dangerous? Perhaps. But as Michele Elliot says here, we didn’t used to fear men and assume women innocent quite so quickly in generations past as we do now. We’ve gone backwards, not forwards, on the subject of sexual assault and abuse.