I have a friend who moved off grid on her own, and I know a few women who live like this for various reasons. I'm not really sure if it's doable for me, but I'll either live alone or with another woman :)
Ellendra Nauriel wrote:Just from observation, I think women are more hesitant to advertise that they live alone. Off-grid women even more so. It makes them too much of a target.
I think you are exactly right...
Years ago, for only a few months in my early twenties I lived alone in a tent and then a one room off grid cabin and when word got around that there was a single young woman in the woods I had visitors. Nothing I couldn't handle and I suppose some even had good intentions but all quite annoying because of the supposition that as a woman alone I needed their 'help'.
I'm sure there are women doing just fine living alone off grid and I seem to remember a thread here about doing just that?
I'll try to find it
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