Let me say for the record that I'm a staunch opponent against the concept of feminism. Although I think the ideals of feminism, are noble, I just think philosophically, I am at odds with the concept. I say that because a lot of my opinions regarding feminism extend from those principles I hold.
"A common complaint by feminists
seems to be that accused rapists can't be convicted due to insufficient evidence. They don't think that's acceptable."
It would help if you gave a concrete example of the "common complaint by feminists." For example hardcore feminists like Catherine Mackinnon and Adrea Dworkin in their anti-pornography movement, believe pornography is defined as the graphic [and] sexually explicit subordination of women. the subordination of women as argued by Mackinnon and Dworkin would be an example of a "common complaint" that is held by hardcore anti-pornography feminists.
I know I said a mouthful but just showing you an example.
Otherwise in your subsequent response I definitely agree with you. One of my biggest criticisms of anti-rape advocates is that there is no admonishment of those who falsely accuse people of rape for fear that such public or private chastisement would dissaude future (potential) rape victims. It seems to me like a double edged sword.