After living some years in the calm Eindhoven and learning about the super security systems in Stratumsedijk, I was never worried about walking alone in the night. One day, I was walking back home around 10 pm after meeting some friends. Hidden behind some parked bikes, in the city centre, there was a semi naked …
Got approached from behind by a strange guy that touched me inappropriately without me wanting to, or me even seeing that he came up to me.
Guy came up and grabbed me and wouldn’t stop when I said I didn’t want him to until another man came up and told him to let go.
I was at the Saint Patricks event in Someren, which was in itself wonderful and we had a lot of fun. In the tent there was the first older man flirting with me and staring even after I sent him an angry look. Later in the pub was a different man, really drunk, that looked …
I was already trying to ignore this guy. But he kept catcalling me while I was waiting at the traffic light. Telling me to smile and that I look great and whatever. Don’t tell me to smile.
I use a wheelchair and went out one night, got initially declined at the door but eventually got in. I left my wheelchair in a corner to dance and a random guy went to sit in it. When I corrected him, he said he didn’t know it was my wheelchair and continued to call me …
A car was following me, then a guy inside screamed at me to get in… First I ignored him, then I told him to f* off. Walking home alone changed after that.
I was walking down the Haarlemmerweg with my sister and husband, when a guy bikes away from his group of Indian friends and yells “Hey Tjap Tjoy!” (Chop Suey) to me. The guy doesn’t even notice when I yell things back at him and continues biking.
I was walking with my sister and husband down Leidsestraat when a tourist out of a group of men repeatedly yells “Ni Hao” to me, laughing about it.
I was walking towards the bus stop minding my own business when out of nowhere a guy yells “Ni Hao!” to me.