Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Society


Crime Justice



She Is No More Because She Was A Lesbian. See How It Happened, May Her Soul Rest In Peace

Women are still being murdered on a regular basis, and it's heartbreaking to witness innocent people die as a result of the selfish and ignorant actions of others. You start to wonder what women did to deserve the brutal and merciless treatment of men. Pinky Shongwe, a 32-year-old woman from Umlazi in KwaZulu-Natal, was brutally killed by a man she spurned after he proposed to her. Her given name was Pinky Shongwe. Pinky was characterized as a lesbian who lived peacefully with her boyfriend in the article. A male contacted her romantically and asked her out, according to reports, but she declined.

Following her rejection of his advances, he apparently became enraged and began acting violently towards her. He appeared to have been unable to deal with rejection and unexpectedly lost his cool. She'd been stabbed to death, and her death was declared on the scene. Worse, the person responsible for her death has not been apprehended, and neighbors are baffled as to why the police continue to let him roam freely around the streets. He was responsible for the death of an innocent lady who had done nothing wrong but had simply expressed her opinion and protected what she believed in.

Males have already been rejected, and males should refrain from resolving problems through violence. It is individuals like him that force women to live in constant fear every day. It is critical to address and punish individuals who cannot understand that no is the same as no. Every day seems to go by without a woman being murdered, indicating that the world is no longer a secure place for women. Gender-based violence is one of the most serious issues plaguing women today in South Africa and elsewhere. All guys who perpetrate acts of sexual abuse must face the consequences of their actions in their lives.

As we can see, the killings continue, and something must be done immediately. Keep in mind that everyone has the right to life, and no one has the authority to decide to end the lives of others. According to my research, men are more prone than women to be murdered because they are unable to solve problems. Much effort remains to be done in terms of training boys problem-solving skills. Most essential, men should make every effort to get advice from qualified individuals. Violence is not necessarily a cure-all. What are your thoughts on this topic? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below, and stay tuned for future updates.


Content created and supplied by: Tymer (via Opera News )

KwaZulu-Natal Lesbian Pinky Pinky Shongwe Umlazi


Load app to read more comments