The San Diego Gay and Lesbian News is featuring an interview with TNA star Orlando Jordan who talks about being openly bisexual and being made fun of about it at a young age.

“People make fun of you behind your back and I heard it all. I actually had a nervous breakdown when I was 15 or 16. I just couldn’t deal with it all. It’s a wearing [on you] thing. When you grow up being told that you’re not normal or that you’re not like everyone else – that’s bullying. It’s not something you can see. It doesn’t leave a scar or a bruise, but it’s there. If you don’t speak out about it, nobody knows and you keep it to yourself until you just can’t anymore. Every time I hear about one of those kids, it breaks my heart.”

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