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Oregon's next governor puts bisexual community's concerns in the spotlight | Oregon | The Guardian
Brown, who is serving her second term after many years in the state legislature, lives in Portland with her husband and two stepchildren and has been open throughout her political career about being bisexual. Her progress has been followed closely by bisexual activists across the country, including Ellyn Ruthstrom, who now serves on the board of the Boston-based Bisexual Resource Center after 10 years as its president. Beyond elective politics, the bi community continues to struggle to establish its appropriate place in the broader civil rights campaigns being waged on behalf of lesbians, gays and transgender people. Within that movement, there was widespread animosity toward bisexuals a couple of decades ago, Ruthstrom said. However, Ruthstrom said a majority of bisexuals remain wary of disclosing their sexual orientation, except perhaps to a few close acquaintances, and suffer high rates of depression.
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Henry Osborne, 22, says it can be confusing. Bi people are therefore more likely to be treated with suspicion in LGBT communities, and face increased isolation because of it. Bisexuals are rendered invisible — their identity subsumed by their relationship. Osborne says he often heard derogatory comments about bisexuals when he was part of a queer community during his last relationship. Bisexual women can face similar issues.