Empowered Solo Womyn Tourists By John Steele

     Here is an interesting one, showing the power of the internet to deflate and deconstruct nonsense put out by the mainstream media:
  https://www.forbes.com/sites/breannawilson/2019/10/11/this-popular-solo-female-travel-vlogger-thinks-pakistan-could-be-the-worlds-1-tourism-destination/?utm_source=TWITTER&utm_medium=social&utm_content=2730307720&utm_campaign=sprinklrForbesMainTwitter#514893612707
  https://twitter.com/Forbes/status/1182996846496702465?s=20

Forbes
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Why Pakistan should be on every solo female traveler's bucket list http://on.forbes.com/601911XJW

     But, why would a blog of the financial elites be promoting solo women going alone into Pakistan? In the light of rapes and beheadings in other somewhat wild countries, surely the magazine of the hyper-rich would be advising lone women to be packing an AK 47, with about 100 rounds of ammo? No matter, for the idea was simply smashed in immediate comments to the post:

Manjeet Kripalani
@ManjeetKrip

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Oct 14
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@Forbes
Wish Pakistan had been as hospitable to my friend Daniel Pearl, who was beheaded instead in Karachi, a city this vlogger describes with such wonder

 

Michael Malice
@michaelmalice

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Oct 13
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@Forbes
is the bucket for her head to be carried around in

     And it goes on. Of course, there is the now iconic, and ghoulish case of the lone females murdered while backpacking around Morocco, Louisa Jespersen, 24, from Denmark and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, who were sodomised, killed and beheaded with a kitchen knife, as they camped in the Atlas Mountains.  December 18 2018, by ISIS sympathisers in "revenge" for Western actions in Syria.
  https://trad-news.blogspot.com/2018/12/naive-backpackers-killed-by-isis-near.html

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