We got yer War on Women, right here. Back in October, in eastern India, a 16-year-old girl complained of a gang rape. The perps were actually arrested, have been charged, and were to go to trial.
Enter on the scene another group (six of them, according to the article in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) of men. They threatened the girl, to get her to retract her accusations. Nothing doing. So they raped her again.
Among the second group of rapists was the family’s landlord. She appears to have complained; they were arrested. So two of their friends doused her in kerosene and set her alight. She has now died.
This, Sandra Fluke, is what a war on women looks like. It’s not people’s objecting to subsidizing the intimate amusements of able-bodied adult women who have the wherewithal to enroll in Georgetown University’s law school.
[Update: English-language (and a bit more extensive) coverage here.]