Iceland's attitude when a young woman is kidnapped, raped and killed (which almost never happens there): "Today she is our sister, our daughter.... We don’t live in a society where we tolerate a 20-year-old woman being abducted in the night." https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/apr/12/the-murder-that-shook-iceland
Our attitude: Sad, but why was she walking around at night by herself?
WHY is that our attitude? WHY do we accept that that's "just how it is"?