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The author and her sister, respectively

Coming Out as Biracial

A few months ago, I not-so-subtly asserted myself as biracial while having dinner with a new coworker. “I’m a Capricorn,” she’d said. “Yeah…my mom’s black,” I responded (not verbatim, but the exchange was similar). Whoa. What? Immediately after I injected that part of my identity into the conversation, I had a come-to-Jesus moment. What was I doing? Did I always do this when I met new people?

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Stephanie Georgopulos

Stephanie Georgopulos

former editor-in-chief of human parts. west coast good witch. student of people. get in touch: stephgeorgopulos@gmail.com

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