Black Gay Couples Nearly TWICE More Violent, Study Says

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As if being at higher risk of being fierce and fabulous wasn’t enough…

An annual “Intimate Partner Violence” Report by The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs says Black, gay couples are almost twice as likely to be stalked and/or abused by their partner. What’s up with that?

Here’s come fancy charts from their website with key findings.

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READ MORE: Addressing Intimate Partner Violence Against People of Color

In the lengthy full report – available here – NCAVP says they have more cases reported overall and the homicide rate is equal to it’s previous year.

What can we do to curb violence in our community?

Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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