I think this woman's post deserves to be read. I warn you that it is very depressing.
So far I have not commented on the horrible event that happened in New Delhi. All I can think is how very, very grateful I am to have lived only in societies where sexual harassment is seriously frowned upon and can even get men fired. I am grateful that as far as I know I do not know men who hate women, and that I have never before heard of men openly discussing rape fantasies.
Given migration patterns, I seriously hope Western governments put a lot of serious thought into community education and just don't tiptoe around inherited problems. Simply moving to Mississauga or Rochdale is unlikely to change a mindset, especially when reinforced by new neighbours from the old country.
Although many boys already brought up in families where women are equal might get very bored and even feel insulted or emasculated by constant assertions of women's equal dignity and autonomy, such reminders seem to be sadly necessary.
Here's a post by a woman writing about being Single in Delhi. She says she is actually scared.