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The meaning and impact of bi-erasure & biphobia

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Despite recent surges in bisexual representation in pop culture, many LGBT community members still experience identity invalidation today.

This invalidation can significantly negatively not just bisexual people in particular but the community as a whole.Because bisexual people are neither gay nor straight, finding where they fit within the LGBT community can be a challenge.

They often experience biphobia and bi-erasure from both straight and queer people, which we will explore in-depth in this article.RELATED: 5 Signs That You Might Be Biphobic (And Not Even Know It)Biphobia, sometimes referred to as monosexism, is the belief that sexual and romantic attraction to only one gender is superior.

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