Generations’ Lesedi heads for a breakdown after feeling objectified

Generations’ Lesedi heads for a breakdown after feeling objectified

Lesedi has been on a bit of a downward spiral after realising that Mack was the who assaulted her, but now it is getting worse as she tries to avoid men’s gaze altogether on ‘Generations: The Legacy’.

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Being assaulted is a traumatic experience, but Lesedi is clearly struggling to come to terms with everything that has happened in recent days.

Briefly.co.za previously learned that Mack, one of Lesedi’s peers, was responsible for assaulting her during a school trip and now she feels that she can’t trust anyone.

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After a man flirted with her at her uncle’s restaurant, Lesedi has been feeling extremely self-conscious and since then, she has been neglecting her appearance in the hopes that men won’t find her attractive.

Her family has been very worried, but Lesedi refuses to let them know what is going on in her mind and it has caused some major tension in the Diale household.

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On Tuesday’s episode, Lesedi had a full-on breakdown after an older man hit on her bestie, Lerato and offered to be her blesser.

While Lesedi was already seeing flames, she lost her cool when Lerato admitted that she enjoyed being noticed and that the blesser had taken an interest in her, even though she had not interest in him whatsoever.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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