In India’s countryside, where the absence of law and order creates a breeding ground for revenge, village councils can order women to be gang-raped to restore another family’s honor.
Amana Fontanella-Khan is a feature writer in Mumbai who is working on a book about the Pink Gang. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Financial Times, Slate Magazine, VOGUE and Conde Nast Traveler. Follow her on Twitter
A Delhi court’s ruling that forced marital intercourse is not considered rape spotlights India’s many blind spots when it comes to consent.
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Clad in electric pink saris, the all-female gang shames abusive husbands and corrupt politicians. Amana Fontanella-Khan talks to the woman behind the largest women's vigilante group in the world.