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I did get thumbs up for crossing Mongolia by bike. Heads were shaken in disbelieve. How does a human surive? I have to admit that there is a point to this, indeed. There is an inherent danger in being away from civilization alone. If I get injured or just fall sick, there is nobody around to help me. I am aware of that and the risks I take. In the end, it is up to luck. However, it seemed that for Mongolians, the social dimension of being out there alone was considered to be a lot more severe than the physical challenges I might face.

I am financing this journey with my own savings from having worked hard. Well, sometimes it rather feels crowded… I came to Mongolia searching for solitude. I knew that those 1. You might not always spot it, but rest assured that the nomads spotted you already. Actually, I camped most of the time — hotel rooms were an exception. Tents do not have doors to knock on. Mongolians find a way around that. If they arrive on a motorbike, they could count on me hearing the engine. If arriving by horse, they would start singing or whistling once they get closer to my tent, making sure I knew that they were coming.

A lovely morning greeting from my nomadic neighbors: Meeting nomads was usually a nicer experience than having visitors at your hotel room all the time and having to fight for the right to lock the room I paid for. Many nomads seemed concerned that I was doing well and if I camped close to a ger, the family often brought tea to my tent or something to eat. I was moved by their concern and grateful for the food or tea. My doubts were unnecessary, as the question was oftentimes followed by very obvious gestures.

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Why all the sexism? But I find the question deeply insulting. I guess it is caused by a mixture of chauvinism and probably Russian pornography or pornography featuring Caucasian looking women, at least. In any case, something, somewhere must have instilled the thought in the heads of Mongolian men that Caucasian women are just waiting to be laid by them. But… The sex question seemed to be related to Central Mongolia. At least, that is where I encountered the question most often, sometimes more than once per day. No men, no sex question. My daily routine was grueling see this postwith scarce water and armies of mosquitos, but at least, I was left alone.

Somehow, I was starting to hope that this topic was over. That it was related to a particular region of Mongolia. That the upcoming km of Mongolian roads would see no horny man. Finally off to where nobody would assault me. Or so I hoped… After those five days, I finally arrived at a ger cum guanz canteen in Uvs province which, according to my route notes, sold water. I had made it through this hostile terrain! I got water bottles and started refilling my dromedary bag. After you have just spent such an enormous distance where you ration your water, counting every milliliter, handling water becomes a task of utter concentration. This is a moment I will never forget.

It was not the first time this happened to me. But even though all of those incidents have left their mark, this one shattered me to the bone. All of a sudden, I was overwhelmed by a tiredness deeper than anything. I had made it through a physical and mental challenge that was unsurpassed by anything I had encountered on this journey before. I had been so much looking forward to making it to civilization, to get somewhere safe where humans can live. And the second human I meet is assaulting me. Is using, no ABusing my mental and physical exhaustion for his perverted idea of sexuality.

It felt as if he had trampled out my inner fire that had kept me going through all this. Suddenly, I was all ashen inside. I had nothing left. No air for shouting, no power for slapping. I just turned my bike around and cycled over the next hill, out of sight. Once I felt a little safer, I just broke down over my handlebar and cried. Cried for the first time after the last truly horrible thing that happened to me, an attempted gang rape in Iran. At the shore of Khyargas Nuur. And the sexual assaults continued, with men touching me against my will — thighs, breasts.

These were no accidents. They usually waited until I was busy trying to steady my bike, filling my water, talk to a child. They waited until they knew that I could not react or at least: I got mad, as I did when asked for sex. But I also realized that I was getting tired. Tired of having to fend for my private sphere and my dignity all the time. Tired of being considered an easy prey. In most cases, I was very certain that I was stronger than these guys, physically, mentally. But I was tired to the bone, tired of this bullshit. There were times when I so much wished to be alone in this country, just me and the herds of animals So far, I have lived in six different countries and travelled in more than I have experienced sexual assaults in many of them and many of them actually in my home country, Germany.

But frankly, never have I experienced anything like I did in Mongolia. People speak about Muslim countries and how tough it supposedly is for women to travel there. They have no idea. In the seven Muslim countries through which I cycled so far all of the countries of this trip before MongoliaI was treated with respect, mostly. I had some really bad experience in Iran among them the mentioned rape attempt. I knew that the truly bad experiences I had were exceptions, the few bad apples. But the wonderful majority of the people made up for it. But even though I was treated as worth less than a man, I seemed still be to considered to have some worth, some dignity. Erdene Zuu monastery, Kharkhorin Mongolia is predominantly Buddhist.

And chauvinism and sexism are prevalent beyond belief. I find it hard to endure sexism in my own culture, but mostly, I know that it is a minority. And I am optimistic enough to believe that those sexists mostly know that their behavior is condemned by the majority of society. This creates at least some mental barriers that might hinder some to act. Bad enough that some men think this way. But while women have to endure sexist actions way too often, at least this does not happen ALL the time. In Mongolia, there seems to be no such barrier. Sexism is absolutely common and open. If I met a man in the steppe or in the street, I could almost flip a coin to find out if he was going to be okay.

Some chance encounters were a lot nicer than others I cannot change this society. I cannot and will not. The only thing I have a handle on is my own reaction, how I cope with the events. I was trying to learn. To be loud, to react physically. And also, to forgive myself. To forgive myself if, after an exhausting day of cycling on challenging tracks in the summer heat, I was too tired for a notable reaction at all. On this bike journey, I have traveled through countries were women have a hard lot. Now, I experienced the very bottom of the pecking order.

It did not feel very comfortable there. To be more precise: It is also well-documented that mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety drain libido, as do the most popular antidepressants used to treat them. You might be asexualalthough given this identity only applies to an estimated 1. You may also simply be doing it wrong. Men are also more likely to fake an orgasm than lie about their height on a dating site. The most common reason? Sometimes we simply care too much about the other person to communicate our own needs. What sex is supposed to be generates a butt-clenching amount of anxiety for too many of us. When I was a professional dominatrix, many men came to me because they dared not reveal their desires to their partners Your sexual desire is not static.

What you masturbate to at 16 you chortle over at What could blow your load with one partner makes you roll over and fall asleep next to another. Your inhibitions loosen — or tighten — or loosen again. What a waste, I would tell them — think of all the pleasure you could be having. But there was the sticking point. After all, not everyone has a receptive and open-minded partner willing to venture everywhere with them.


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