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I came here looking to see the disupte in question, then to ignore it and point out that the article has some odd wording to it, not correctly styled. "Both real sexual abuse and also false accusations of sexual abuse are prevalent (Statistics?)" the part at the end is clearly a comment. It should be replaced with a citation needed tag. But I have found no dispute, indeed, not even a word on this page aside from a bot which removed text before the dispute links were created (2010 v 2011.)