CELEBRATE BISEXUALITY DAY
On September 23rd, Celebrate Bisexuality Day unites the bisexual community, their friends, and their supporters. It also raises awareness and provides an opportunity to educate the public about bisexuality.
The day aims to counteract prejudice of bisexuals by both the straight and greater LGBT communities. Across the country, organizations will hold events in communities designed to dispell myths and increase awareness.
HOW TO OBSERVE #CelebrateBisexualityDay
Attend a poetry reading or a seminar. Celebrate positive relationships or visit a festival. Listen to a podcast. Find out how to support friends or family members who are bisexual.
Embrace bisexuality and use #CelebrateBisexualityDay to post on social media.
CELEBRATE BISEXUALITY DAY HISTORY
Three United States bisexual rights activists, Wendy Curry of Maine, Michael Page of Florida, and Gigi Raven Wilbur of Texas started Celebrate Bisexuality Day in 1999. The founders chose the birthday of Freddy Mercury (Queen’s lead singer) to establish the date. The date perfectly represented the dedication to raising awareness and the need for eliminating prejudice.
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