I have heard before that women in Sweden are subject to harassment on the streets by recently arrived immigrants who do not respect Western women. The reality of this becomes even more apparent when you see an example of it (the Swedish woman being harassed filmed the incident):
If countries like Sweden and Germany continue to pursue open border policies you would think that the situation will only get worse. So what might be the result? In Germany some women are responding already by buying pepper spray and taking self-defence classes. You would think, though, that these would not be effective against groups of young men. In other places (e.g. Finland) young local men are forming vigilante groups. Perhaps as well more police will be hired and they will take a tougher line on street harassment.
But if the culture changes as quickly as it is doing now, chances are that many young women will not want to risk walking the streets by themselves or at night.
I and many other commentators have noticed that most feminists seem unconcerned by these developments and that they want to focus on attacking white men more than they want to uphold the real, everyday position of women. However, there is at least one interesting exception to this. Alice Schwarzer is a radical second generation feminist who is very well known in Germany. There is a good presentation of her views here.