“Often guys will say, ‘You don’t look gay,’ or ‘You just haven’t had the right guy yet,’” she explains. “I’ve even had men say that it’s a ‘waste’ that I’m gay. That one I find particularly hurtful, as though I’m worthless because I’m not attracted to men.

“But what really frustrates me, though — especially when I’m on a date with someone I love — is when men ask, ‘Can I join you girls tonight?’” she says.

The petite singer — who sports long dark hair and a striking purple fringe — is used to men assuming she is straight, but says that’s not what frustrates her. More so, it’s the constant harassment and disrespect received from men when out with a partner.

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