Being a woman means that you can’t go and walk or jog alone in public, especially at night. Being a woman means that you always have to look over your shoulder if someone is stalking you – even if it’s in broad daytime.
Statistics show that more than 65 percent of American women have experienced such incident at least once in their life, and more than 20 percent have reported that they’ve been followed. Thankfully, the tide is shifting, and women have been getting the courage to share their stories and safety strategies to make sure that it doesn’t happen to anyone else.
One woman recently took it to Reddit to thank the good people of Reddit for helping her when she realized she’s being followed.
The woman was able to escape a stalker thanks to several comments she had read on this subject, and she shared her story with everyone else so women can be prepared for such a situation.
Without further ado, we invite you to check the story for yourself and see what’s it about.
The post gained a lot of attention on Reddit, and countless women rushed to share their own stories and teach other women what to do if they’re in a similar situation.