Biracial lesbian relationship rubbled. Which why?

Lynette Faye
Devall, WA

With less legal, societal, and sometimes even family support, biracial same sex relationships are often under even greater strain. And when they collapse, wounded individuals are left wondering which factors may have contributed the most pressure.

I realize “rubbled” is not word, much less a verb, but I like the distant echo of ‘rebel’ – that faint, involuntary, consequential label one is assigned after choosing a partner of a different race…and so I employed poetic license.


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