Your question re location is relevant, how? I invariably say where I took a picture.
Strange, but when I showed the girl the three I had taken, she gave me a dazzling smile, asked me to email them to her and thanked me charmingly. She certainly didn't feel she had been 'voyeurised' and if she didn't, I don't know what your problem is. Here's a definition of voyeur:
1. A person who derives sexual gratification from observing the naked bodies or sexual acts of others, especially from a secret vantage point.
2. An obsessive observer of sordid or sensational subjects.
If you don't mind my saying, I suggest you lighten up.
I'd be more than happy to lighten up and I'm normally a post and leave it sort of person. But while it's against my nature, I'm recently trying to be more of an activist poster online.
You don't invariably share the location of your shots. A quick check of your posts on LL was straight forward enough. I'm not against disclosing that information. Just the opposite, I'm all for letting people know where I was when I took a shot. But, with these particular shots the detail adds nothing.
To your subject. I'm guessing she's made a decision to stand out and live her own life. I am very cool with that. My personal decision is to not take street shots of these folks. If I take their shots, it's with permission, engaged and a context shot or an environmental portrait. But that's just me.
It could have been about her, or it could have been about other's reactions to her, or it could have been about how her feet or legs related to other's feet or legs. The second shot begins to get there with the upper left of the frame. The shots are impersonal without much else of interest.
To the voyeuristic. There is nothing there about the person or her context. It was first about a pair of disembodied boots and then legs with a gauze skirt over boots. She has tats as well. Voyeurism is context dependent, and I reread the definition before posting. I am not saying this is sexual at all but in my view it's close to the same as shooting homeless folks just to have the image. In my view, a street shot of a social outlier needs a selection of social normative folks to build the story. Or simply get a great portrait.
What I'm wondering is whether you took any shots that tell more of her story. You're obviously willing to get in there and I'd be curious to see what else you shot while tucked in.