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French Youtuber illustrates the normalization of harassment in Mexico



  French Youtuber sheds light on the normalization of harassment in Mexico

The Youtuber shared a series of recommendations on things that foreigners should not do in Mexico. Photo: Screenshot

MEXICO CITY

In Mexico, street harassment is a plague that affects thousands of women daily, regardless of time or place, they are all exposed to all types of compliments, from whistles to obscene and pejorative phrases.

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And it is that a French youtuber known as Josephine shared a video where he gives a series of recommendations about the things that foreigners should not do in case wants to visit our country .

The girl starts talking about the conflict cultural that she lived when she arrived in the country, when she is referring, for example, to avoiding drinking tap water, taking care of the lexicon or trying to get used to the Mexican lifestyle Other. [1

9659007] But Josephine especially recommends women not to wear spotty clothes because "it attracts a lot of attention" and says that in Mexico "it is more or less normal for men to say things about women".

Users of the social network lamb they felt that violence against women is so normalized and they comment that it is very sad that foreigners have that perception of the country, they also emphasized how negative the fact is that Mexicans do not are aware of this situation. [19659007]


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