"In some ways it's clearly challenging to confront a uni-gendered, male culture. Completely or almost so is of no importance. It's hard to find clear situations. When you give an example it's still hard to know what it means, for example Rolf's memorial moment on Gråhuken. He finally removed his cap. The others followed his example. Mari was standing right in front of me and I was watching to see what she would do. She removed her cap and so did I. That was a harmless gesture, and, if one compares it to what one might to on other trips when you 'do as the Romans do,' a smal one. A gesture means a change. You could say that by temporarily sacrificing your comfort, your protection, you show your reverence.