That was pretty much exactly what I was doing, yes. And then I pointed out that the projection fallacy I was using wasn't towards "all of society" in a way of underhandedly saying that it's still a fallacy even if you're not trying to apply it to everyone everywhere at all times.
I get that your department or what have you has had a spate of sexual harassment allegations. All we've heard on this point is your own perspective from your own department in your own city in your own part of the country. And it's not just that the sample size is small, as SVoid pointed out, we don't even know the particulars of the individual cases; especially given a tiny sample size like this, it's still entirely possible that these 12 unfounded cases are really, let's say, 6 unfounded cases and 6 with some foundation but not enough to bring charges. We just don't know and I get the impression that you don't know either, no offense.