I was on my way back home from a party with some of my girlfriends when two cars stopped and the drivers began to call us disgusting names and asked us if we wanted to have sex with them. Not knowing what else to do we spit at the car of the men and continued our way as fast as possible. They became very angry about that and started to follow us, throwing things after us.
Even though we were a lot of girls, we felt instantly really scared and started to run, but they didn’t let go. When a police car passed by we ran on the street to stop it and asked the officers for help.
But after having checked the men’s licence they told us that they just wanted to “flirt” with us and that they saw no reason for further actions against them. When the police car drove away it was the first time in my life I realized that this kind of behaviour is tolerated and supported by considering it as normal.
Being left alone by the police we asked some male friends to accompany us home, which was like a second embarrassment, I think everybody of us just felt really bad and conscious of our physical inferiority which seemed to legitimate every kind of behaviour. We sweared to ourselves that next time we’ll make sure to be able to protect us ourselves.