Most LGBTQ are Victims of Cyberbullying Here’s How to Stay Safe Online

vpnMentor conducted a survey in which we asked 695 LGBTQ+ people worldwide about their experiences online as they relate to their sexual orientation and gender identity. The

73 percent of LGBTQ+ have reported being personally attacked or harassed on social media sites

results – referenced throughout this article – illuminated the unique challenges faced by the many LGBTQ+ communities.

Here are some of our key findings:+

  •  Alarming 73% of all who identify as LGBTQ, or any form of gender identity, sexual orientation have been personally attacked and harassed online.
  • 50% of all respondents in all categories of gender identity and sexual orientation have suffered sexual harassment online.
  • When it comes to sexual orientation, gay, lesbian, bisexual and the transgender community feels the least safe online.
  • When it comes to gender identity, many transgender women feel the least safe when harassed online. Gay men the safest.
  • Transgenders are most likely to be outed and bullied on social media platforms.  Unfortunately, against their will. With gay men are least likely, outed but still suffer many forms of harassment.

Experts in the field of cybersecurity it’s their mission to provide practical strategies for coping with all kinds of adversity, bigotry, and abuse on the web, which is why they created this guide.

Whether you are part of the LGBTQ+ community or are a straight ally, I hope you’ll find this guide informative.

Thank You to Stephany Huneidy at vpnMentor for emailing me the statistics through this blog. 

If you’re a victim of online harassment please share it with a friend, loved one, and family members.

Please, be safe when posting on any social media online website or platform.

Love and Hugs, Dennis Schleicher

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Dennis Schleicher

Dennis Schleicher is a highly sought-after public speaker who has traveled worldwide speaking and inspiring others with his conversion and faith during difficult times. A writer, lifestyle reporter, and motivational speaker. Dennis now serves as the Elders Quorum First Counselor, Ward Mission Leader, assisting Mission Presidents, leaders, Sisters, and Elders worldwide to understand better how to do and help the LGBTQ+ community, creating a better understanding amongst all people.

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