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'Passing' for an identity not your own
Rebekah, who is biracial, and Emily, who is bisexual, both pass for an identity that is not their own. Often mistaken for the wrong race or sexuality, the two work through what it means to have "passing" privilege as well as coping with the feelings of not being seen on their own terms. Though the two are inadvertently passing, there is a long history of people intentionally passing in the United States.
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