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Bisexual Jamaican Denied U.K. Asylum Due to 'Dishonest Sexuality': A bisexual Jamaican man living in the U.K. has been denied asylum, and now fears for his life.

A British immigration court has denied a bisexual Jamaican man’s request for asylum, ordering him to return to his home country, where he says he will face persecution because of his sexual orientation. He is scheduled for deportation from the United Kingdom to Jamaica on July 2 [2014].

Orashia Edwards, 32, lost his lengthy legal battle with the United Kingdom’s Home Office when he was denied asylum on the basis of his sexuality Tuesday. The court concluded that Edwards was “dishonest” about his sexuality, apparently not believing that Edwards was actually bisexual.

Although the court did not release any official documentation about why it found his sexual orientation "dishonest," Edwards does have a newborn daughter in Leeds, where he has reportedly been residing for the past 14 years.

Outside of the courtroom, the scene was tearful as family and friends expressed outrage at the decision.

"What they are doing is they are sending my son to die, and I will never forgive them for that,” Edwards’ mother told ITV.com. "I will never forgive this government for that."

Leeds for Change says its was “appalled by the Judge’s decision today which leaves our friend Orashia Edwards at risk of deportation to Jamaica where his life will be in grave danger,” according to a press release. "We won’t stop fighting for Orashia to stay here in Leeds with us, his family and the LGBT community. An application to the European Court of Human Rights on behalf of Orashia will be issued shortly.”

The organization alleges that the Home Office decisions behind who is granted asylum have been prejudiced, noting “Orashia is one of the 98-99% of LGB asylum seekers whose claims are rejected by the Home Office and who face being returned to the threat of homophobic violence…

Edwards explains his frustration in people’s belief that his bisexuality means he can just “choose” to be with a man or a woman. His hope, he said, was to stay in a place where he felt safe, and where he could be open about his sexual orientation.

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To anyone who actually thinks that places like Canada and the UK are paragons of progressive thinking

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do you ever see a character that’s worshipped by a fandom and go “you’re not that great”

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