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Zenande Mfenyana speaks up about being cyber bullied

Being inside the spotlight, Zenande feels constantly judged by means of strangers who only see her on TV, and social media when she stands up towards bullies.

“I am constantly judged as a terrible individual. I feel like there may be an expectation for folks that are inside the public eye to maintain quiet whilst being bullied at the net for worry of tarnishing their emblem. It’s one of these tough area to navigate because you’re damned if you do and damned in case you don’t," Zenande adds.

With many humans from the LGBTQIA+ being attacked in actual existence and on social media, Zenande, an avid supporter of the motion, feels a strong need to get up in opposition to cyberbullies.

“It’s no longer fair that the LGBTQIA+ network want to constantly fight to be heard and seen and for them to now not proportion the identical identical rights and privileges that the heterosexual community reports.”

Zenande feels the liberty of expression need to be handled with the identical equity and that not sufficient is being performed to protect the rights of LGBTQIA+ human beings.

“Social media networks are not doing sufficient to address cyberbullying. It’s no longer enough that someone’s account receives suspended quickly; we want more drastic measures installed location to deal with those social media ills that we are facing every day. People want to get fined, and actually have their money owed permanently suspended,” Zenande says.

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