[more] It is advisable to dress and act like the local women, and they can be a good resource if you need advice on how to stay safe in the area.
Be aware of cultural differences, including body language, that may be misinterpreted in your host culture.
Depending on where you go, openly expressing your sexuality may put your safety at risk.
You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.In addition to the above documented complaints, Title IX received the following: **** There were a total of 60 reports of Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking received by SDSU’s Title IX Office, inclusive of mandatory reporting requirements by employees.Of these reports, there were 15 complaints received wherein the complainant refused to disclose the name or status of the respondent or 11 complaints wherein complainant identified a non-affiliated respondent.If you get lost or need directions, it may be safer to ask a woman than a man.(Read more about women students abroad.) The following precautions are provided by the UC Berkeley Study Abroad website: Her Own Way This publication is filled with practical tips specifically of interest to the female traveler (from the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade) Journey Woman Travel tips geared toward women, including everything from personal travel stories to what to wear.