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Men typically see women as less capable, and less intelligent.
I often hear comments about women not being able to “think as big as men.” Men believe a woman’s job is in the home, especially after she gets married.
Nadine says: Pads are readily available at any market. Nadine says: I have not been to visit a gynecologist here; however, they are readily available at regional hospitals.
Nadine says: Birth control is readily available everywhere. In the Kakamega dispensary, in the middle of the rainforest, a friend has told me that they probably have enough birth control pills in their supply room for all the women in Kenya.
The majority of Kenya is incredibly Christian, and quite disapproving of homosexual activity.
As an American woman, you are very enticing to men here—not only because you are beautiful, but because of the wealthy country you come from. Smiling at a male here means something entirely different than in the US or another developed country. Nadine says: You’ll find that Kenyan men are typically masculine and very aggressive.I would be very aware of the advances of local men.Local women are kind, although both men and women can be quite harsh—they think I come from a very privileged lifestyle (and I do, all American women are privileged), and so sometimes the resentment comes through.They think it is bad luck to talk about a baby before it is born. Nadine says: Most everyone can tell I am American, or at least from a Western country.The perception of American Women here is that they are wealthy.