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Lil Nas X came out, but has hip-hop? A macho culture faces a crossroads
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Sexuality is Not Black and White, Even If You’re Bisexual
In the first episode, protagonist Piper Chapman Taylor Schilling is shown to have had relationships with both men and women in her life; instead of being called "bisexual," however, she's referred to as an "ex-lesbian. When we see a potentially promising character like Piper, oftentimes we become hopeful that there is finally a positive bisexual role for us to watch. When that role eschews the term "bisexual" in every single instance for another term, however, that hope diminishes.
Harassment and discrimination related to both racism and homophobia contribute to depression and anxiety in gay and bisexual black men. Follow us on Facebook The harassment, discrimination and negative feelings about homosexuality that black gay and bisexual men often experience can contribute significantly to mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety, a small new study finds. Using online surveys, Graham and colleagues asked 54 African-American gay or bisexual men about depression and anxiety symptoms and how often they experienced harassment and discrimination in the community and at work. The men also answered questions regarding their feelings about their own sexuality.
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