Obviously support the victim through the process and encourage more victims to speak out. Only 15% of victims go to the police, as they report the process to be "too embarrassing", "too trivial", or a "private matter". Support them. Advocating for change/focus is also good. But your current solution to assume a party (victim or perpetrator) is guilty without a fair trial is wrong. That's wrong. Especially if the accused claim they're 'innocent'. Youre not changing my mind on that until you have a better solution. Now everything is just being repeated so isn't much needed to be said. Peace, Jesse.