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Where Can Gay Black Men Go for Support?

A study found that Black gay and bisexual men are disproportionately susceptible to emotional, physical and sexual abuse. Nearly 30 percent had experienced rape at 10 years old, Red Orbit wrote. Researchers claim that past abuse puts these men at risk for HIV, depression and drug use, yet there is a serious lack of social services to help them cope. 

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