Teen comes out as bi during BBC live debate


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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