You are wrong on two counts. 1) Sexual harassment allegations are not easy to make. Honestly, think about what you are saying! Just telling somebody it happened is a major battle. If you make a formal allegation be prepared to lose years of your life reliving the experience again and again. Easy as pie. Oh, and be prepared to lose decades of your life if the allegation is false. False accusations can of course cause temporary harm to the reputation of the accused but are exceptionally dangerous to the accuser. 2) Fake allegations are a real problem - in so far as they theoretically exist - but study after study has found that they are so exceptionally rare as to make them statistically irrelevant.
I call bullshit on your points. 1.sexual harrassment allegations are entirely easy to make with support and sympathy immediately given to the accuser (if female). The accuser is immediately thought to be guilty and has to fight tooth and nail to repudiate the accusation, even if proven that the allegation is fasle there is little to no repercussion to the accuser. 2. Fake accusations exist and happen all the time. see i can make statements with no proof to back them up, oh yah i forgot to add that study after study proves my statements to be true.
although i guess it means something that i have been sexually harassed but because i was a man it wasn't taken seriously and I was the one fired (because you know, it could have looked bad for the company). I have also been falsely accused of rape and nothing happened to my accuser but i was arrested, forced to under go a rape kit and psychically assaulted while under arrest because i was guilty automatically.
tell me that the same outcome happens if you are female and give some proof.