Teen comes out as bi during BBC live debate

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The boy named Andy is just 16 years old but he is already brave enough to come out on live TV. The show was discussing Generation Z – which the BBC has defined as people under 22 – and the findings of its survey of people of different ages.
According to the survey 30% of people belonging to the Generation Z were not straight (in comparison to 22-25% of people from previous generations). And one in 10 members of Generation Z were attracted to both men and women, which was more than double the number of Millennials who define in this way. “This is actually a really big thing for me,” Andy commented, “This is the first time I’ve ever admitted it in public: I am bisexual.” The crowd started clapping and cheering showing support to the boy who made such a big step. Andy went on: “It’s not something I can change. I truly believe it was the way I was born, and I’m sick of people telling other people [and] telling me I have to be a different way, because that’s not the way it should be.”

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