The thing is, I don't think these cases should be publicized before a Jury has given a guilty verdict.
It might be true that a jury will 99.99% find the accused guilty. But it doesn't change the fact that for 0.01% of the cases, someone will be hanged by the court of public opinion even though "he's innocent".
Yes, that is an extremely rare occurrence. But I'm pretty sure anyone that consider themselves liberal would agree with http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackstone%27s_formulation
_"It is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer"_
And if you noticed, I said they shouldn't be publicized before a Jury has given a guilty verdict. This is deliberate because in case a Jury gives an innocent verdict, the accuser should not be subjected to the court of public opinion either. Because after all, the accuser is still possibly a victim, it just wasn't enough to prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt.
I think accusing the women of being "pretty little liars" or to be in some form giant conspiracy is also a very big and real problem. But insisting that all males are guilty by default is not the solution to this problem.