They may be just making false claims
Participant 1: Everyone assumes that anyone who claims that they have been sexually assaulted is right - at least ninety percent, right? - because nobody likes to go out and talk about it or say, "Yes, I’ve been sexually abused." However, there are a lot of incidences, or a lot of cases, where you hear people talking about, "I was just saying this and that because this person didn’t do what I want." So, how will you identify that the person has really been sexually assaulted? [...]
Participant 2: How will it be decided [...] if something would be considered sexual violence? I mean, people can just claim that they have experienced sexual violence, but it may not be true. They may be just making false claims.