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Racism is a concern for many in the lesbiangaybisexual and transgender LGBT communities, with members of racial, ethnic, and national minorities reporting having faced discrimination from other LGBT people. In the United States, ethnic minority LGBT individuals may find themselves in a double minority, in which they are neither fully accepted nor understood by mainly white LGBT communities, nor are they fully accepted by their own ethnic group.

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The respondents were from both Christian and Muslim religious backgrounds. Many people in the Arab community spoke about ethnic stereotypes. Sometimes this is from overt discrimination, other times it is the lack of Asian Pacific Islander representation. This term was meant to actively express pride in one's racial heritage.

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Efforts to push gay rights forward alongside the black rights movement brought out opinions on their presence. Quotes by John Wilder include statements such as "Now that it is becoming unfashionable to discriminate against Negros, discrimination against homosexuals will be on the increase" and "no other Negros among the audience, but saw one [black person] disturbing [the] black. Some Black gay men report discrimination and harassment from white gay men in gay bars and clubs.

Gay gay Black South African men have reported experiencing "grotesque racism" from white gay men during the time of Apartheid.

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