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Bisexual Stereotypes Redefined

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Mary

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I make sure to support my older neighbors during inclement weather by shoveling for them and inviting them over during power outages.
Why are you participating?: 

I break down stereotypes and negatives connotations associated with labels.

Sarah

Worcester, MA
United States
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I give money to people who ask for it on the street, whenever I can. I get everything the teachers ask for or need, when I'm able.
Why are you participating?: 

I'm definitely judged for labeling myself bisexual, especially by family. I'm married to a man so they say I'm straight. I'm so done arguing the definition of the word.

Sara

Worcester, MA
United States
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I've found a fulfilling purpose in being a positive role model for a young Transgendered girl in a small town. She no longer feels like she's the only one.
Why are you participating?: 

Every day I try to spend my time doing things that improve my world and my life.
Every evening at midnight, today is gone, It will never return. Use it to create happiness.

Courtney

Southbridge, MA
United States
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I ran a Twitter page in High school where I would anonymously tweet out to students at the school. In these tweets, I would send them daily pick me ups and compliments to help spread the positivity in my school and help to put a stop to bullying that had been going on.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating to show the world that our labels do not define us! It is who we were inside that matters the most. Labels can hold a lot of weight over people but at the end of the day, our stereotypes do not define us. Our actions define us.

Krystle

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I was shopping at my local grocery store when I noticed a mom that was trying to pick up a canister of formula from the bottom shelf. She couldn't quite make it because she was wearing her infant on her chest. I offered to reach down and grab it for her. She was teary eyed and thankful. She let me know that she doesn't have any help until her husband comes home later. I told her I was just happy to lend a hand.
Why are you participating?: 

I want the world to know that queer people of color exist, and we have the capacity to love and help just like everyone else in the world.

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