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Black, Bisexual, And Invisible: A Cry For Acceptance And An End To Racism In The LGBTQ Community

“I have been out as bisexual for three years,” blogger Travonte Harris writes in a new op-ed published by The Current. “A downside to being bisexual is the fact that no girl will date me because I’m openly bisexual.” “As if it wasn’t enough,” he adds, “now I have to deal with racism from my own people.” Related: Michael [...]
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