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  • Rape, rape, gang rape, rape murder... Is that all India is to you? Is that all you ever seem to read or hear about the country in media? A lot of girls ask me DM me asking if I'm not scared of travelling alone in India or living there. 'Ugh, such a vile country for women. India - the promised land of non-consensual sex.' I want to debunk this myth. India is NOT unsafe for a woman.

I've lived and travelled all over India for the past 3 years. I've hung out driving around in a car whole day with a group of guys I had just met. One of them did try to kiss me, but I said no and he respected it. I met a man on a bus while I was travelling and since we were going the same way, he guided me through all the transportation. When he heard I was planning to sleep at a railway station, he even took me to stay at his friend's family home and then drove me in the station in the morning. Hell, I met an Indian man online and travelled to India for our first date. Now we plan to marry. Not even once have I felt like I was in any danger. I have experienced a lot of staring and harassment. I've even been groped a couple of times in the public. But as unpleasant and distressing it is, it's not dangerous or threatening. Being uneducated, unprepared and disrespectful towards different cultures is the real danger.

I wrote a whole post on my blog about the western hypocrisy, my experiences and tips on how to feel safe in India as a woman. Link is in bio!

PS. Girls you rock! Go out into the world, you can do anything. Do not fear, my dears ❤️ #jaipur #india #incredibleindia #wearetravelgirls #womenofindia
  • Rape, rape, gang rape, rape murder... Is that all India is to you? Is that all you ever seem to read or hear about the country in media? A lot of girls ask me DM me asking if I'm not scared of travelling alone in India or living there. 'Ugh, such a vile country for women. India - the promised land of non-consensual sex.' I want to debunk this myth. India is NOT unsafe for a woman.

    I've lived and travelled all over India for the past 3 years. I've hung out driving around in a car whole day with a group of guys I had just met. One of them did try to kiss me, but I said no and he respected it. I met a man on a bus while I was travelling and since we were going the same way, he guided me through all the transportation. When he heard I was planning to sleep at a railway station, he even took me to stay at his friend's family home and then drove me in the station in the morning. Hell, I met an Indian man online and travelled to India for our first date. Now we plan to marry. Not even once have I felt like I was in any danger. I have experienced a lot of staring and harassment. I've even been groped a couple of times in the public. But as unpleasant and distressing it is, it's not dangerous or threatening. Being uneducated, unprepared and disrespectful towards different cultures is the real danger.

    I wrote a whole post on my blog about the western hypocrisy, my experiences and tips on how to feel safe in India as a woman. Link is in bio!

    PS. Girls you rock! Go out into the world, you can do anything. Do not fear, my dears ❤️ #jaipur #india #incredibleindia #wearetravelgirls #womenofindia
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This shot, not as simple as it looks. We were wandering around what remains of the Bhangarh Fort. And we entered this perfectly symmetrical hallway. Instantly the photographer in me wanted to make full use of the opportunity. We took our Lensball out and sat right in the middle of the entrance trying to get the perfect shot. Now obviously people got inquisitive about the weird ball thingy we had. It was difficult to get the shot with no one in the frame. But here is the result and i feel pretty good about this one. We had our fun.
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    This shot, not as simple as it looks. We were wandering around what remains of the Bhangarh Fort. And we entered this perfectly symmetrical hallway. Instantly the photographer in me wanted to make full use of the opportunity. We took our Lensball out and sat right in the middle of the entrance trying to get the perfect shot. Now obviously people got inquisitive about the weird ball thingy we had. It was difficult to get the shot with no one in the frame. But here is the result and i feel pretty good about this one. We had our fun.
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