Britain’s honour crime shame

Honour crime is committed in any community where women’s and girls’ lives are deemed worthless, and where laws fail to protect those vulnerable to male dominance and abuse. Any country or community that fails to afford dignity and equality to women should, in my view, be at the very least stigmatised. The word ‘honour’ has no place in any discussion about rape, murder and violence, and the perpetrators should bear the brunt of the shame and stigma, not the victims.

Source: Britain’s honour crime shame – UnHerd