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Video Clips of Public GBV against Men on a Rise

female partners has been on the rise. With what has been trending on socials, clips of women raising hands to men always amongst those trending.

Videos of men being abused by their female partners has been on the rise. With what has been trending on socials, clips of women raising hands to men always amongst those trending.

With today’s technology, information can circulate and be brought to light at a speed. Since the video of Dineo Ranaka reached the public, more and more videos of gender-based violence acts against men have been popping on trending videos.

Gender Based Violence in South Africa has been labelled as a pandemic, a factor that requires immediate attention and now justice for men who are victims of abuse is being demanded by many, calling on government to look at all these cases with the same eye and not only play justice when it involves women.

Recently in a restaurant a man being repeatedly slapped by his believed to be slay queen girlfriend, over car keys, has been video tapped by the public and made to trend. This has again caused Mzansi ask is this the new thing one should get used to witnessing this 2022, or will the country come together in praying and fighting to end GBV. The cause of the argument is still unknown but social media users say no reason should ever lead to violence the best route should be calling the authorities for help.

Lately on TikTok a clip of a woman attacking her boyfriend in their bedroom, leading to a physical fight has been circulated a number of times with many commenters being men who say they are tired of such images not being portrayed when discussing GBV in this country.

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