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Abusers often take over control of their partner’s finances, cause them to miss work, and interfere with their education. Pervasive stereotypes that paint bisexual people as unfaithful or untrustworthy are often used by abusers to keep their partners down, and these damaging attitudes are further reinforced by the discrimination bisexuals face from straight and gay folks alike in society at large.
Bud Pierce suggested that only poor or uneducated women are vulnerable to abuse.
“A woman that has a great education and training and a great job is not susceptible to this kind of abuse by men, women or anyone,” Pierce said to loud boos from the audience.
Case in point: the mainstream and tabloid media response to bisexual actress Amber Heard’s allegations of domestic violence against ex-husband Johnny Depp.
Because both bisexual folks and survivors of intimate partner violence are often made invisible by stigma and shame, Gov.