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People might not understand what the issue is if you complain, and may just laugh it off.They may even add that as you are a foreigner, people will find you exotic; hence the staring and the general creepy behaviour. While most of the attention is harmless, and is best ignored, women should never have to feel uncomfortable or unsafe just walking down the street.Even for a woman who is well travelled, the constant (and unwarranted) attention you receive from the opposite sex can be tough to handle.Sometimes people, predominantly men, will pass a misogynistic comment, whistle or make “sexy” faces at you if you make eye contact.Walking by yourself after dark in Unawatuna/Hikkaduwa/a popular tourist spot can almost, where safety is concerned, be compared to an European or American city, as there will most likely be a lot of other tourists out during nocturnal hours.
In Sri Lanka, smoking, and drinking, are both considered a man’s thing, meaning you will see very few women having a cigarette or a beer.
It’s not uncommon for female travellers to get asked if they’re married, which can be tiresome, but is not meant in an offensive manner, nor as a reason to flirt; people here are simply unaccustomed to women getting around without a family member, friend or boyfriend/husband.
Wearing a wedding ring is a tip that is commonly given to females travelling to developing countries.
This will let the driver know that somebody is keeping a tab on you.
Even pretending to talk to someone on the phone might help, if you have no one to call.