Denisse Velasco has been suffering from acute anxiety since spring, when she narrowly escaped being abducted from a busy street in Guadalajara, Mexico.
She was waiting at a bus stop one morning when a man jumped out of a taxi and tried to force her inside. Velasco suspects it was a drug trafficker intent on kidnapping her for ransom.
"The same thing could happen again in any moment," Velasco told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. "I walk different routes every day to make sure I'm not followed."
Velasco's story is far from uncommon in Mexico, where violence against women . . .