Can We Be Fearless? Gang Rape in India Inspires Action, but Challenges Persist

This story was originally posted on The Huffington Post.

I traveled home to India over Christmas to spend time with family—a time that should be filled with cheer. Yet this trip has been overshadowed by the terrible, horrific gang rape of a young Indian woman.

At first, I could not get myself to write about it. The details are just too revolting. And as more information emerges and fills the pages of the newspapers here day in and day out, I have felt sick. It would be easy to be disheartened and pessimistic. Here's a young woman brutally violated and beaten by six men, left on the road unaided, passed by people who did not offer help, who ultimately lost her battle to survive. 

Not only is her story heartbreaking, but one feels crushed that we, as a worldwide community, have been working on improving the rights of girls and women for so long—yet these kinds of atrocities continue. Not only is her story heartbreaking, but one feels crushed that we, as a worldwide community, have been working on improving the rights of girls and women for so long—yet these kinds of atrocities continue.

However, the fact that this gang rape is raising huge attention in India, and around the world, is important to note. In many ways, it's a sea change.

Both women and men—yes, men!—are standing up and saying, "This is unacceptable."

Their protests are reminiscent of the 19th century when a few brave men led the fight against sati (the practice of burning a woman on her husband's funeral pyre), against child marriage, and for girls' education and in support of widow remarriage. That was a time when it would have been nearly impossible for women to make such demands without significant risks.

It's inspiring to see women standing strong so publicly today. And the fact that many more men from all walks of life are standing up openly is also a significant sign of progress. A well-known Indian actor whose screen image revolves around his manifestation of machismo said, "I feel ashamed to be a man today."

People are protesting in the streets, taking action through media, including social media, to demand justice and attention not just for this case, but for all women who continue to face sexual harassment, gender-based violence, and sexual violence. That spirit must be encouraged.

But there's a long way to go.

The sad truth is that we are nowhere close to where we need to be on ending all forms of violence against women. Not only are there cases like these—brutal and public—there are also more devious means of harassment and bullying. Violence against women is getting more and more sophisticated and insidious. It's verbal, it's sexual, it's physical, and it's manifested in a variety of ways.

We know sexual violence is a pervasive issue, not just in India, but in countries around the world. Just look at the discussion happening in the United States right now about Steubenville, Ohio and the young girl whose sexual assault was documented via Twitter and Facebook. Society cannot say it only happens once in a while and only in some parts of the world.

Sadly, this is happening everywhere.

So what can we do?

We need to be talking not just about how we punish these actions, but about how we prevent this from happening. We must talk about changes in cultural norms, in India and around the world. We need to be talking not just about how we punish these actions, but about how we prevent this from happening. We must talk about changes in cultural norms, in India and around the world. We must talk about increasing respect for women with no tie to what time they travel, who they are with, what clothes they wear, whether they've been drinking, what their sexual history is.

Sexual harassment in any form, at any point in time, under any circumstances is unacceptable. Period. That should be the norm.

I hope that the tragedy of the young woman's death in India, whom many are calling Nirbhaya, "the fearless one," will not be in vain. But rather, inspire fearlessness for all of us—women and men—to take action.

Fearlessness to say "this has happened to me" and to speak out when one sees it happening. To hold perpetrators, communities, and leaders accountable. To stop defining masculinity through violence. And fearlessness to end violence against women for good.

Country: India
Focus Area: Advocacy

Purnima Mane

Purnima Mane is Pathfinder's President and Chief Executive Officer. She oversees more than 1,000 staff around the world, an annual budget exceeding $100 million, and sexual and reproductive health programs in more than 20 developing countries.

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In fact, he argues, Rangers actually catch only 5% of divers each year. Anyway, enough Gambalie jumped in Yosemite to know that he does not want to be among that 5%. And he stayed under the radar until Uthman's death. In contact with Osman over a mobile phone while his friend a fatal fall, Gambalie raced to the park and stayed with the body until rescuers managed to get there. But he feared his heroism has raised its profile among park officials. "Frank was concerned that the Rangers could try to make an example of him, if he was ever caught," says his mother, Ricci Mescola. "Especially after hearing all the stories about how they mistreated Dano." But although Gambalie achieved celebrity status in Yosemite, not distract him from jumping. "Frank was never caught up in Yosemite and it should never be," says hikers and Gambalie friend Dean Fidelman. "And you know, Frank was confident 'No way are we," he would say,' Let me chase - I'll just laugh in your face and jump in the river. ".." Rising 7,569 meters above sea level, El Capitan Everest jump sites. Towering monolithically at the entrance to Yosemite Valley, the transverse dramatically, allowing divers to navigate away from the rock to 18 seconds - a very long freefall - before pulling his release. And the meadows below offers a comfortable drop zone, El Cap is irresistible to divers. So it was that Gambalie, the Salathe face most of all. The Salathe is one of the highest sheer rock in the continental United States, and of its pioneering first jump in 1998 Gambalie dreamed encore. Morning of the 8th Jun, Louis Vuitton 1999, he got into his blue Subaru wagon and drove to Yosemite, ready to jump again. It was the first time Gambalie returned to the park because Osman died seven months ago. "He was a little scared right after Dano died," says West, who agreed to meet Gambalie at the top of El Cap in the afternoon. "That was weird.'ve Never seen Frankie says he was afraid of anything." Although he was a friend jump Gambalie for years, the West has not seen him for months. Gambalie spent most of the year working on films for sponsors, and it seemed that the West is that his friend has changed. "I remember thinking it was ripe," says West. "He's like a real man - you can tell from the handshake, even a handshake was strong." Gambalie was eager to show the West point of launch, and two walked together toward the precipice. The group of hikers was hanging near the western edge of the face. one, Scott Burk, was a well-known big wall climber who recently became one of the six people successfully free solo of the nose, the highest point in El Cap's. Burk climbing in Yosemite since 1981 and knew most of the BASE guys. "BASE jumpers are simply not like other people," says Burk. "They are like drug addicts, the way some of them operate. The cat-and-mouse with the Rangers was part of it." West was suspicious of Burk, believing that he was the one who tipped off rangers when I was arrested after jumping West 1997 West El Cap is not even supposed to be close to the BASE jumpers.; He is still on trial. Gambalie spent an hour with Burk and other climbers, and then joined the West in their camp after dark. Besides Gambalie and West, Burk and friend were the only people who kampuju on top that night. The sky was not exactly light on 9 June, when Gambalie woke up just before 5:00 Ten minutes later he jumped, thus projecting rock just below the launch and fly away from the wall. He dropped to eight, nine, 10 seconds, disappeared from the West look at three, and then re-appeared, and continues to fall. Finally, after 16 seconds, West heard the crack opening parachute Gambalie and saw his friend, a blot on the horizon, floating toward the valley. Gambalie slid to the west and to the woodshed times, and then suddenly turned coachfactoryshop2013.com almost 180 degrees and zigzagged east, finally landing across from the turnout at the westernmost edge of the meadow El Cap. It was, says West, a clean jump she had ever seen. And then West saw a set of headlights approach the landing area, blinking several times. He assumed that it belonged to a curious passerby. He waited a few minutes, and then returned to the camp to organize your equipment. He turned on the cell phone; named below to arrange a meeting is standard operating procedure after each jump. But Gambalie never called. Strangely, the West thought, but Frank is on the phone so much, maybe the battery died. Or maybe the phone down. You might as well head down, West said that he finished packing, Frank will call when he can. Then, tape the package, he began the long hike back to the valley. It was mid-October at El Cap meadow, just off Northside Drive, about 50 meters from where Frank Gambalie landed on the morning of June 9. Twenty meters south, deep meadow grass turns into a forest, which in turn leads to a bank in Merced River. In the fall, the river is shallow and less than 100 meters across. But in June, Merced is more than six feet deep, raging with 40 degrees of melting snow. Water at this temperature shock body like lightning, sucking his strength before you have time to react. At top speed - about 8 mph - power and volume of the river can trap body within its rush and sweep it downstream. Gambalie landed at the southwestern end of the meadow, and almost immediately Rangers poured it from two directions. He could have given up. Instead, he lowered his parachute, he turned and, as the Rangers reported, blesnu smile. Then he ran into the woods, according to Merced. Later, he made a lot of decisions Gambalie's. It seemed suicidal, almost absurd, for someone known for his meticulousness. "The river is a seasonal escape," says West. "You use it when it is low, after August. Never in peak season. Frank did not know that. Was so good at evading, I doubt I ever thought I would need. If you ask me, he was in a hurry to get to the top before dark, and he slipped on the prep work. " Approaching the right bank, in the area known as the Ribbon Creek, Gambalie threw the rest of Louis Vuitton Outlet your rig, and with an evil smile, he took the Rangers, diving headfirst into the river. The surface was smooth and glassy where he entered, but a little further down the large boulders blocking the rest of the Merced views. To see Gambalie next to Boulder he would have realized that immediately after, fed directly into the river rapids language. As he started to swim across, towards achieving the Rangers, Gambalie paddles grew more urgent. He tried to swim upstream, struggling against the current that pulled him further downstream. Nearing Boulder, Gambalie body went across to the rapids. Rangers watched from the shore as he disappeared behind a rock. It is possible that Gambalie is pushed under as he walked around the rock. It is also possible that, with the heat and strain the jump Chase, hypothermia set in well before he was caught by a rock unconscious. What is known is that the force of the river, made ??of aerated swirl of white water, keep it tucked under within a few seconds of his hitting rapids churned around him like a washing machine. Obstruction in the river, such as rock, increases the pressure even more. If there is a gap under a rock, a person can easily be tucked under and pinned there. Divers call it "strainer." It is, apparently, is what happened Gambalie. For the next month, his body lay submerged in the icy waters Merced to Yosemite divers finally found on July 7, three soccer fields, from where he went in. Until then, Gambalie had dark hair and eyes have lost their color, and his skin, well-preserved in the cold, began to separate from his body. "It was his fatal mistake, not knowing about the rapids," says Jeff Follett, rescue diver who discovered the body. "If he'd gone to a quarter mile upstream, he would have made it. But people drown in Merced even in flat water. Jumps in the river's stupid to do at any moment, any time of year." Initially Gambalie disappearance was treated as a criminal incident. Frightened, West left the park. "I just assumed Frank was not called because his phone was wet or something," he says. "I knew I did not want to be part of this, whatever it was. Did not want to be in jail." From his home near Los Angeles, West waited for word. Several hours passed, and then one day. So far, he is convinced michaelkors--outlets something went wrong, West called Filippino, crying. Filippino never heard West so upset. However, he thought of his desire to invite friends Gambalie mom was premature. But when Gambalie voice mail is full, Filippino knew. "Somewhere in there, I knew it was not there." Rumors circulated around the BASE community: Frank jumped out of the country; injured, perhaps, in the woods; had amnesia. "Nobody believes that to die in the river," says Lottie Aston, Gambalie girl. "If someone would not have survived that is said to Frank. Everyone who knew him knew that. Frank got away with everything." When his body was found, rumors have been replaced by questions. What really happened that morning of 9 June? Yes overzealous Rangers pressure Gambalie in bad decisions? And who warned the Rangers? Is that Burk? (He says no.) One of his friends? Is it fear of being caught that drove Gambalie to the river? Or is this belief in its indestructibility, believing that showed something so many times before? "Frank had an unbeatable view of life," says Filippino. "" I will die for this - but this time it will not happen to me .. "" The official accident report states the cause of death of the park as a result of accidental drowning fleeing illegal parachute jump. Shortly after Gambalie disappearance, his father met with the Rangers. "I told them, look, my son has broken the law, he made a bad decision. But there is something wrong with all this. Law is designed to protect people, not to them where they feel they have no choice." But, of course, Gambalie had no choice. "Frank was not worried about losing their platform," says West. "He has not paid one in years." And although Osman alleged abuse may have been forced to the edge, at least one who knew his case Gambalie different thoughts. "Frank had a record of maintenance," says Kevin Thaw December hikers and Gambalie friend. Thaw believes that the Rangers had even stopped looking, Gambalie be kept running. "It was a game to him, all of this," says Thaw. "And Frank loved the game." Last October 22, the event was held in honor of Frank at Yosemite in protest against the ban BASE jumping. Five jumpers were supposed to take off from El Cap, with rangers on hand to cite them and seize equipment. More than 100 spectators watched as the first jumper stepped to the edge new balance 574 shoes and jump. The other two followed. Then stepped up fourth, committed and fell. I constantly fall. The crowd grew silent as a jumper, an expert skydiver and stunt woman named Jan Davis, struggled to find release on her borrowed rig. But it was too late. Her body hit the cliff base, sending a booming echo off the rocks that roars across the valley, soul-crunching noise. Human error, not equipment malfunction, caused the accident. "It would have jumped Jan without 100% safety with her equipment is unheard of," says BASE equipment manufacturer Martin Tilley. "Know your equipment. This is given in BASE jumping." It was a terrible shame for the park, another disaster in the already disastrous PR year. All talk of legalization BASE jumping in Yosemite is stopped. Ironically, Davis dies while jumping in Gambalie name has not escaped your friends. "Frank is probably rolling in his grave," says West. "He was a total pro, and someone who does not live up to his standard, well, it's not appreciated. And do not forget that he made ??his leap, and it's a nice jump as I have ever seen. The Revolutionary War was a rebellion against the British, but first needed a battle between Tories and Patriots. Ted Cruz fights for the honor of leading the conservative movement. 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They were happy when the Tea Party Revolution surrendered control of the House in 2010, then turned around and bad mouth us as fanatics and incompetent who did not also win the Senate. Interestingly, Republican Party Chairman Priebus reincite establishment is one leader who does get it, perhaps because he is the guy who has to get out the vote in the next election. Priebus published a brief piece today entitled "In a battle between Ted Cruz and Harry Reid, we must stand with Senator Cruz." The Senate leadership is not listening. Ted Cruz knows something the establishment does not. The Tea Party is a genuine populist uprising. This government is not an elite tyranny yet. People do have power when they pick up the phone or e-mail their senators and congressmen. Commentators keep talking about Cruz not working with McConnell and Cornyn, as if he is a lone wolf. Cruz is not a lone wolf. He is a man of the people. 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