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Gender Abroad. Staring and being stared at are taboo in the U. One of my professors here in the U. Argentines do not follow these rules because they have their own. Men made me uncomfortable when I was abroad. Correction: in those first days, people made me uncomfortable when I was abroad. On the subway, people stared at me and at each other.
People I did not know interrupted my aggressively solitary walks through the city, even when I Argentina women having sex headphones in my ears and eyes averted to communicate pointed unfriendliness. The men were worse, to be sure, and I was catcalled almost every single day, often several times per day.
I felt looked at and studied and even pursued much of the time, partly because my hair is blonde and this was a distinct of foreignness which attracted particular attention. However, as I interacted with different Argentines throughout my semester, my attitude towards Argentine attention began to change. At a check-in dinner after the first month abroad, our resident director Mario smiled and laughed when someone pointed out how people on the subway tend to stare.
We Argentines tend to stare. Especially on the subway. The line between necessary cultural adjustment and street harassment is difficult to parse outside of home turf, but it firmly exists — when in doubt, talk about it. Discomfort is a thing apart from insecurity, and both IFSA staff and Argentine women can help you distinguish between the two and resolve issues that do cross that line.
Unfortunatelysometimes there is no latitude to give.
One afternoon on the way to my internship, I was sexually assaulted by a stranger behind me who had decided that his pleasure was more important than me. I chose to be relatively private about what happened to me and not go through counseling or alert my home institution, but the on-site IFSA office immediately swept in to help in any way possible. Female classmates and I fervently discussed our experiences in classes with Argentines, sharing our stories and calling out the catcalling-culture we kept encountering.
Even though we rarely took the risk of engaging with catcallers themselves, we found safer ways of protesting, and ultimately discovered women and men, students, and professors, leftists and rightists who were just as cognizant of and pained by the issue as we were. Drinking is consistently dangerous for women everywhere because some men, no matter where you are, do bad things to drunk women.
As for dressing, this was a more notable problem that I experienced abroad because there was a distinct difference between the times I wore leggings and a T-shirt to the Argentina women having sex and times I wore running shorts and a tank top — when I did the latter, I would, without exception, be bothered by men on my five minute walk. As for doing things alone, I found that having just one friend with me would decrease unpleasant interactions and catcalls by half. Whenever that friend was a man, they would go away almost entirely.
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